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29/M NYC, looking.

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Hello ladies,

Well it's been a long time ago since I contracted this situation but I have a pretty good handle on it by studying a lot of different remedies both home and official.

I get 1-2 outbreaks every 1-2 years if that and am looking to make a few friends or meet someone to get a relationship started. I plan to take it as slow as we can in both situations.

I only have HSV and don't get any oral sores what so ever and I have been dealing with this problem for 11 years. I have not and do not take any medication since the first year of contracting the virus and am looking to meet a female with a similar low out break, unmedicated situation if that is even possible.

Sorry if this makes you uncomfortable but I have come this far and want to be even more careful with myself than I have in the past.

Any ladies within the five boroughs 18- 31 are welcome to message me or reply to this post and we will see how it goes if you could please include a picture in your PM I will reciprocate adequately. I've meet some really smart people who where younger than me so don't be shy, no judgment here I am in the same boat dealing with this as many of you ladies are.

Hoping to hear from some interesting women, this is my very 1st time reaching out so I hope it goes well.


I am a 100% Puerto Rican male

5' 7", 155lbs, Exercise when I can, average build.

Have been told I am a computer geek if that interests you any.

Been really bored lately so it would be awesome to make some new female friends.

Thanks and good luck on your future endeavors, everyone.

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