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Newnew43

Ok I was told I had Hsv last week I told my kids and they have all went and got tested and came back positive as well can anyone explain how this is possible. please someone shine some light on this for me I'm confused at at rage.

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Twilightzone

If its hsv-1 then threw contact such as kissing ...all of us parents kiss and cuddle our kids but if we have hsv-1 there is a big possibility to pass it to the kiddos unfortunately.

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Twilightzone

I really am at a lost for words I just found out and im terrified for my kids to pass this on some way...there are many more knowledgeable ppl in this community who might respond on how this can be possible. I know that hsv is through skin to skin...what i can think of now is if your kids are older and adults or late teens and sexually active they could have been unlucky and been exposed through sexual contact...

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JBnATL

So all your children had blood tests?  What were their numbers?  Most experts say even if you test positive with a number > 1.2 that if that number is < 3.5 it could be a false positive.

JB

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Newnew43

They grown n have kids they just got a called today with results no numbers yet. one daughter is currently pregnant they took a culture test on her she came back positive Monday she go for blood work it's just crazy 

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JBnATL

Every day thousands of women who have genital herpes give birth with no problems.  As long as her doctors know it really shouldn't be a problem.

If your children are grown, they most likely got this on their own and not from you.  Hundreds of millions of people have hsv2 and live normal life.  I have been on this website daily for over 7 years and have chatted with thousands of Herpsters over those years and many have actually told me that getting this virus changed their lives for the better.

I hope the more that you learn about this virus the more you can see it really is just a very common, mostly harmless one.

JB

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