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beanthere

Here in Canada, we are in the dead of winter.

I'm currently on maternity leave, and have a lot of spare time on my hands, with being stuck indoors for hours on end.

This leaves me with a lot of time to think... about cold sores... and passing them on to my son...

Every itch, questionable tingle, and red spot throws me into a panic!

I need to get out of my head!!!

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Acesheart
Here in Canada, we are in the dead of winter.

I'm currently on maternity leave, and have a lot of spare time on my hands, with being stuck indoors for hours on end.

This leaves me with a lot of time to think... about cold sores... and passing them on to my son...

Every itch, questionable tingle, and red spot throws me into a panic!

I need to get out of my head!!!

Have you read from our Library at top of this forum titled "Our Network" Very good, informative tips there to help you prepare.

Hope your feet are up and a cup of tea in hand, settle back and nap between reads. Hugs and congrats :) Aces xo

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cheergirl1

I have a 3 year old and I'm always afraid of passing it to her. I used to go as far as wearing gloves when I changed her diaper. Now I just wash my hands very well and I keep our linens apart. It still scares me tho every diaper rash she would get I was always afraid I had somehow passed it. Don't feel alone momma bear I know it's hard. If you need someone to talk to I'm here!

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