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I just found out the girl I was with the last two times has HSV type 2. She got a yeast infection right after we had sex both times. I went to get the blood test done on myself today. Is it possible that if I gave it to her she would have a reaction from me giving it to her within a day of us haveing sex?? Or would she have to have already had it before she was with me for an outbreak to happen that fast?

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Both situations are possible. Though, if you mean you only hooked up with her twice, and I assume you used protection, you should be OK. Don't be in such a rush to be tested, BTW, because it can take up to three months to for antibodies to develop.

Also, I think it more likely for her to have already have had herpes and gotten the OB from the friction of sex, IMO.

Are you sure she has herpes? A yeast infection doesn't specifically mean herpes.

Good Luck :)

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Yes she got tested at her womans doctors office and they called her the other day to tell her she had the hsv 2 herpes. We did have unprotected sex cause I went and got all the std testing done at my local health department but I had no idea they didnt test for herpes. She had all those tests done also just about a year ago when she had a kid. So we thought for sure we were safe. But I dont know if she had a blood test or just a swab. I have never had any symtoms or had any other person I was with say they had something or got something from me. So if I had them and she didnt would it be strange that she got the yeast infection so soon after we had sex? And if she had a blood test done and it was less than 3 months ago that we had sex would it have showed up in her blood test if she didnt have them before me? I get my results today or tomorrow and it they are negative then it wouldnt have been me that gave them to her right?

Thank you for the answer and trying to help me figure this out. I am just very confused and hate that I would have given them to her if I didnt know. I want to be with this girl for the rest of my life.

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It sounds to me more like she already had it before you. Your last post was a little confusing. Yikes.

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