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Hi I'm 19 years old and i'm in my second year in college. I'm double majoring in nursing and pharmacy and minoring in phlebotomy. I'm sorry if I spelled that wrong. I don't really no what to say. Umm..I'm the youngest of three kids. I am employed part time.....and I have no kids....I really don't have to much to say sooo.....imma end it hear

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I was just diagnosed same way as you (through blood, no symptoms). I'm 22. Full time student, part time employeed, youngest of three, no kids, and I'm graduating this semester. As if I don't have a lot on my plate!

I get what you're going through, and unfortunately it's going to be a hard road, but you will survive. Keep your head up, rely on the people in your life you trust. For me it was a few of my best friends. I still haven't told anyone in my family (not sure if I ever will) but if I decide the time is right I will.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask me or post I highly suggest it it will help you a lot.

Like I said in your other response though, I would get a second opinion, and talk to a real doctor. There is so much conflicting information out there, and you need to be sure of what you have before you allow yourself to start the recovery process.

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I feel the pain

Today I just found out through a blood test that I have HSV II. My boyfriend of five years cheated on me and then I had one little bump that lasted for five days that I did not think anything of, but thought it wise to get tested due to my cheating bastard of an ex. I too am a student in Graduate school. I am 26 with a recent end of a long-term relationship, finding out that I have herpes, along with a lot of other bad things that have happened. This diagnosis after all I have been through does not even take the frosting on the cake. Of course it is something I will have to deal with for the rest of my life, but some how I am coping and I don't know how. My field is psychoanalysis, so constantly I am giving therapy to others and those that know my story don't understand how I have made it through. So for some reason these seems like peanuts to me. Yes, I will have to deal with it and are. Maybe researching and believing that one day that there will be a cure aids in my coping. I hope for you, understanding that many have this and are unaware help you to know that you are not alone. Taking the test is what sets us apart. We are no different, we will not die from this.

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