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Ok I have a question for those of you on this site who may be able to help me out. I just started seeing a girl a few weeks ago and just last night she told me that her last boyfriend of 7 years had herpes. She said that he had blamed her and she just assumed she had given it to him and because of that they never bothered to have protective sex. They never had sex when he had a outbreak, and she was tested once years ago but she was told by the doctors she had the virus but he said he did not know which type and it could just be in her system and be oral herpes and not genital herpes.

So i guess what I am wondering, is it possible for someone to not have gotten it after 7 years, and also is it possible for her to have it if she has never had any syptoms not even a first outbreak as I hear people on here talking about.

I am a fairly open minded guy and i Do like this woman, but i do also want to rotect myself and be careful because if it does not work out I would not want to walk away from this relationship infected myself, I am not sure if this sounds selffesh but I can just imagine how hard it is for people to have to tell others about this before they could start up a relationship with someone.

Any input or insite would be greatly appreciated and I wish you all the best of luck with your own dating lives.


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Here's a suggestion for ya ~

Why don't the two of you make a date to go get some accurate herpes testing done and in addition to that go ahead and get tested for HIV as well as other sexually transmitted diseases?

There is a list of things your docs should be checking you both for when doing a routine std test. That list is over on my site: www.SpecialUser1234.com

This way ~ you will both know what you have on your plate before you make any decisions involving sex.

What do you think of THAT?

Angela :D

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