Idgaf about the current article you read. Everything you have plastered is review, it's nothing special. Maybe to you it is, plus my question wasn't even directed at you. I asked Sanguine because I know that he is knowledgeable with science and I have some background as well.
You keep answering me as if I asked you something specifically. I DIDN'T, nor do I care about your fucking feedback. I do my own research. Just because I haven't been participating in the forum as much as I used doesn't mean I don't research.
Yammy, don't be afraid of loving your child the same way you did before I have a 10 year old boy and am his only parent. I hug, kiss, snuggle and love on him the same way I always have. And he is totally fine! It actually has helped me cope a bit too.
I don't let him use my bath towel and disinfect the bathroom after every use. But that's as far as I'll take it.
Get your kid snuggles on! Bask in his innocence and unconditional love. It will help you feel better.
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.