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hi I'm new just found out I got herpes, by cheating on my boyfriend and don't know how to tell him, i don't want him to get it, what can I do!!!!???? Help me.:confused:

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Ren

U could tell him that u got it from a toilette seat. Most NON H dont kno that u cant get it from a toilete seat. Im not advocating lying to your partner but if you cant tell him the truth, he needs to find out somehow without getting H himself.

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HITBYHSV

shite talk Wren......

She must tell the truth man.....

She shouldnt be cheating on her friend.....

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Butterfly of the Moment

Well, I'm thinking you need to first tell him that you have cheated on him. Sit his ass down and tell him asap. Do not have sex with him before you tell him or you'll have no hope of forgiveness. One step at a time. Is your relationship repairable in the first place? You cheated, there's something missing.

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lizabeth

Lying on top of the situation wont be any good.. I definitely agree with Btterfly.. is it repairable?

You'll just need to be honest .. as hard as that is..

Getting H sucks.. how you are handling the outbreak?

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SiameseDream

You NEED to come clean. Tell him the truth and move on. I know this isn't the answer you wanted to hear, but it's really the only thing you can do.

Hopefully you can learn from this experience, and grow wiser in the future.

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wally

Thank u for the advise. And no there's nothing missing in our relationship only distance is a factor. We live in different countries right now. but I truly love him.

to Elizabeth: my ob wasn't bad at all just scary, never had anything of that sort happen in my genital area. Luckly it was just one bump, a little ichyness, and little discomfort, but it scared me enough to now it wasn't normal.

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