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disislife

i just fought out i have hsv2 i got testing from rapidstdtesting and they send me to lapcorp i only got tested for hsv2

ok the reason i got tested was i started dating this guy for a month one day i was over his house asleep and there was a hard knock on the door 2am in the morning he open the door and it was his ex girlfriend at the time but now they back together now but anyway she was super mad i was over there i really don't like conflict so i lock myself in the bathroom until he got her out the house she was hollering out to me you got herpes ***** so after she left i ask him do he have herpes and he said she do not him so i got tested and the test came back positive for hsv2 but the shocker is that they said i had it longer then 90 days i haven't known him 90 days and they also said it was low now i am totally confused by exbf before him i was with him for 3yrs should i tell me to get tested ? should i get retested ?

i haven't seen any symptoms i do shave downstairs and get razor bumps sometime or is that consider herpes i dont know

but this only happen when i shave

what should i do next any suggestion and thanks for reading my crap

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hopeless78

how much did the test cost and how long before they came back with your results?

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gotitsowhat

It sounds like

you do have hsv2, genital herpes, I assume.

It can lie dormant for many years, even for decades. It appears you got it from a former boyfriend. You could email them and let them know they need to get tested--you could even use the anonymous email function to the right of this post in the blue lettered column (under the heading "Life and Love" "Do It Anonymously").

You've probably had herpes without symptoms for some time.Could be the stress of the encounter with the enraged girlfriend brought on an outbreak. You might want to get re-tested just to make sure but these tests are not usually wrong. I have been tested for hsv2GH twice just to make sure I did have it.

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disislife

thanks for taking time and commenting

you do have hsv2, genital herpes, I assume.

It can lie dormant for many years, even for decades. It appears you got it from a former boyfriend. You could email them and let them know they need to get tested--you could even use the anonymous email function to the right of this post in the blue lettered column (under the heading "Life and Love" "Do It Anonymously").

You've probably had herpes without symptoms for some time.Could be the stress of the encounter with the enraged girlfriend brought on an outbreak. You might want to get re-tested just to make sure but these tests are not usually wrong. I have been tested for hsv2GH twice just to make sure I did have it.

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