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kayla

hi jst got told this morning that i have hsv 2 still cant sink in though trying to block it out i guess am heaps scared about what effect this will have on me and my family...

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This virus will only effect you and your family if you let it

Hi, welcome to the 'club'.

Read as much as you can about this virus. The more you know the more you will see it is, for the most part, a harmless virus. It is almost impossible to transmit it without having sex, and there are steps you can take to reduce the risk of passing is along during sex to a really low percentage.

And come to the chat room, there you will find many people like yourself who live normal healthy lives with this virus.

Good luck!

JB

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champ211

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well welcome aboard i hate to say but your gona hate this trip

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