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I was diagnosed with HSV2 around March last year, I guess I just want some advice/opinions... My boyfriend (who I was already with during 1st ob) and I really enjoy our sex lives and he has been wonderful since finding out I have the herps (he doesn't have it). But he's so wonderful that he seems to not think twice about it and is always trying to perform oral on me and have sex all the time unprotected even during outbreaks. I heard that hsv2 is hard to contract orally? I just want it to stay put lol I don't want him to get it and I don't want him to get it on his dick or mouth and I sure as hell don't want it anywhere but my vagina. Idk where I'm going with all this but I've never been able to tell anyone about it so I feel very free right now! Am I being totally naive thinking that simply because he hasn't shown any signs that we can continue to have care free sex....? I think I already know the answer but I just wish it wasn't so. I'm sure you all understand. Which is very refreshing. I used to cry a lot and felt like the dirty partner, and he just made me feel so wonderful and just okay again that I guess I have probably been avoiding knowing I can never just be completely ormal again

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You can be completely normal. What you have is really no big deal, and the longer you have it the better it gets.

Has he tested for this? Just because he has never had symptoms doesn't mean he doesn't have it. s And if he accepts the risk then why complain? He understands what he is doing so enjoy his companionship and stop worrying.

It really isn't that easy to pass along to someone, especially from a girl to a guy.


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