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Serenetii

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Serenetii

Hi,

I found out that I have genetal herpes two months ago. I have been very angry and hurt. I remember when the doctor told me I cried, but after that I just felt angry and betraied. I had a feeling that my boyfriend was cheating on me and well herpes was the proof and the outcome of his infidelaty. 7 faithful years of my life I gave to him and this is my pay back. We are no longer together. I can never trust him. What if he cheats again? How about this time he gives me AIDS? I couldn't take that chance. I would rather live the rest of my life alone than take another risk with that man. He has ruined me forever!!! I know that my feelings will pass and I will get back to living, but I just can't help the way I feel right now.

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lizabeth

I know you don't want to be here.. having herpes isn't something any wants..

I'm glad you found the site.. we're here for support, knowledge, experencies, and new friendships..

You're welcome to vent her anytime!!!!!

Join the live chat section if you wanna chat.

Men and Women both suck sometimes... i have to remember that sometimes bad things happen to make room for better things!

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dgucci

Hello there. I've been diagnosed just 3 days ago...

did your ex really cheat? Is it proven? It's a myth that once you're diagnosed w/ HSV, your partner is automatically cheating. Maybe he doesn't know he has it too? But I understand your feelings. I've been there... and still in there, actually. Let's just take care of ourselves better this time... and there's a good reason why this is happening to us. Maybe we're meant to be stronger than others. We'll get through this emotional hooplah one step at a time...

Cheer up :) Your life isn't over yet, beautiful things are yet to come. :)

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      Almost certainly that is not herpes. There are a number of diseases that can cause your symptoms, not all of them infectious. If you haven't done so already, go see a doctor as soon as you can.
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