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  1. Hi All, Me and my wife positive for hsv1 igg with value 2.1(wife) and 3.9(husband) tested four times in a year range not changed. We both do not have any symptoms of hsv1. We do not have hsv2 which is always negative. We are trying for baby, and had two miscarriage in the time spawn of 1.4 yr. Is there any relationship between hsv1 positive igg leading to miscarriage?? Anyone faced same issue with hsv1 and miscarriage.
  2. Here’s a newly published and a pretty good article by BuzzFeed on HSV. It’s a long article, but very informative for any new people registering on here freaking out and worrying about the virus that anyone can get: https://www.buzzfeed.com/carolinekee/herpes-how-to-treat-cold-sores?utm_term=.kw7Jk3Nl8#.qxEPBVaNZ “A lot of people are infected with the herpes simplex virus. According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 3.7 billion people under the age of 50 (or 67%) are infected with HSV-1, globally. HSV-2 is less common, but still prevalent. "If you were to give everyone bl
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