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anon101

Hello everyone,

I will get right to the point. I have been with my current GF for approx 4 months now and 2 weeks ago she told me that she had her first outbreak of HSV-2 and up until that point did not even know she had the virus because this was her first outbreak. I then got myself tested the next day and my results were negative for the virus so I know she did not contract it from me so she concluded that she had to have contracted the virus from her ex BF but she has not been with him for over 5 months now (i know this for a fact because he has been in jail) so my question is could she be telling the truth and have been infected by him over 5 months ago and is just now having her first outbreak or is time I find a new GF ?

Thanks in advance for your replies

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Ultra Violet
Hello everyone,

I will get right to the point. I have been with my current GF for approx 4 months now and 2 weeks ago she told me that she had her first outbreak of HSV-2 and up until that point did not even know she had the virus because this was her first outbreak. I then got myself tested the next day and my results were negative for the virus so I know she did not contract it from me so she concluded that she had to have contracted the virus from her ex BF but she has not been with him for over 5 months now (i know this for a fact because he has been in jail) so my question is could she be telling the truth and have been infected by him over 5 months ago and is just now having her first outbreak or is time I find a new GF ?

Thanks in advance for your replies

It is possible to have contracted the virus and have no symptoms. It can lie dormant in your system for years I understand from reading this forum.

If she has given you no other reason to distrust her then I think it would be good if you read the fact sheets on the right and informed yourself as she's going to need a lot of support and understanding. You also need to get informed so you can protect yourself as much as possible from contracting the virus too.

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