Hello Mogie! I felt the same way when I found it I had HSV2. But please don't feel gross or worthless. Its hard I know but in time it will get better trust me you will adjust. Some people have one outbreak and never experience any again! Its not as bad as people think. Build up your immune system, avoid sex during outbreaks. You can still live a normal life. If you have any questions please feel free to reply back or private message me. I'm hear to listen and help, your not alone.
the reason I don't get a blood test done is because I've been reading a lot of forums on here where a lot of people get hsv igg done, it comes back negative but later they discover the test was wrong and they indeed had hsv2/hsv1....also I'm really strapped for cash until january
I sure will. I'd love to be able to reproduce some of the CRISPR experiments using cancerous nerve cells.
Even when cleaving cellular DNA, CRISPR has failed to cleave genes that are closely coiled around histones, so it's understandable why it's failed to cleave a tightly bound nucleosome.
Even if CRISPR and all it's derivatives fail, there are other endonucleases that have shown success. Delivery is key.
@fixme1 Well you don't know for sure. It is not an easy thing to bring up, but in my case I felt better afterwards so you might too. Even though I brought it up I still am not sure if we are going to "date" it's something that I have to give him time to process and see if hes ok with it. So I still have a little fear of rejection, but that being said if hes not then its not meant to be and I can move forward.
Have you gone to get a blood test yet?