Have you looked at any herpes websites or info off here. Getting a good understanding helped me
Yes meds and condoms reduce risk. As you build antibodies over the years its possible there is less risk. Some women never pass it on. What it comes down too is the guy knowing about it and the risk and being prepared to accept it. 80% of people have oral herpes. This helps prevent transmissuon of hsv2 and genital hsv1 us really low risk. So.dont discount you may even meet someone who has it.
When you were diagnosed how was it done. Did they type the tests. Ie they can test for hsv1 or 2. If you had cold sores its hsv1 oral. If you were dx with hsv2 then its genital. You cant get hsv2 oral from your genital hsv2. They are location specific and different strands of virus.
The current article is June 22, 2016! What do you think Bloom is repeating lab experiments annually and republishing them! Are you saying there is no difference between the two? Have you read the current article? We are talking about DRG and epithelial access...different approach then TG although TG is mentioned! They also refer to new capsid modifications that makes rAAV more specific. Do your research, or are you just here for your own amusement?
In my experience, yes. I read somewhere that anal lesions can result in pain that is described as pooping broken glass. This was how it was for me. As well as significant swelling. Not pleasant. Ghsv1 in my case. I also had genital lesions.