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Im recovering from plastic surgery and was just treated to the news that the sore my gyno noticed on my pre surgery visit tested positive--she's making me come in for full results--dont know if its 1 or 2. So now that i've got these spectacular tits ( I got a breast lift)- i get to tell dudes that i have the big H.

Complicating this is the fact that Im seeing two guys. Have slept with both--one was a serious boyfriend over the summer who has come to realize he thinks im the one for him (im not so sure but he was a great boyfriend and I want to remain friends--he wanted kids, I didnt), the other is this super sweet guy I saw a real future with and was just waiting to have an "exclusivity" talk with. In between the summer break up and meeting this new guy I had a bit of a wild phase and went out with a swinger-we went to sex parties and had sex with lots of ppl (ALWAYS WITH CONDOMS). So I dont think I got it from either of my current partners.

Im pretty devastated. I played with fire and got burned and now that Ive calmed down and found someone great I get this.

Im shut in on bedrest--so Im even more depressed.

Does anyone here not experience frequent outbreaks? The one I had just seemed like a small rash on one side of my labia and it went away after a few days. I feel like ive had this before--maybe a few years ago--and nothing until now. Could I have had it all along? Is there a way to tell from the tests if i was only recently infected?

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Find out what type it is. If you get a swab test on an active outbreak and it is positive but, at the same time, you get a negative result on a blood test, that usually indicates a new infection of recent origin. You need to get a swab test on the outbreak and a blood test now and again in about 3-4 months.

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