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Con la noticia de una conocida mia que tenía hsv se suicidó ayer 

Que están haciendo los científicos los gobiernos las farmacéuticas 

 

With the news of a well-known mia who had hsv committed suicide yesterday What are scientists doing governments the pharmaceutical companies :(

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Puni

Shit, even i have died million times already, every minute feels like a hour. :(

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Worstguyever
1 hour ago, Atrapasueños said:

Con la noticia de una conocida mia que tenía hsv se suicidó ayer 

Que están haciendo los científicos los gobiernos las farmacéuticas 

 

With the news of a well-known mia who had hsv committed suicide yesterday What are scientists doing governments the pharmaceutical companies :(

Sorry.  Feeling very very sad and bad.  Who is that?  What is the background? 

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Atrapasueños

Era una chica que conocí por facebook su esposo la había engañado y la contagió de hsv

Me había dicho que era un infierno para ella ya que vivía en colombia y que no contaba con medicamento y dinero 

Me pongo a pensar como los gobiernos se quedan sin hacer nada mientras existen muchas personas que sufren de hsv y son pobre que no tienen dinero para obtener la medicación 

@Worstguyever

It was a girl I met by facebook her husband had cheated and infected her with hsv

She had told me that it was hell for her since she lived in Colombia and did not have medicine and money

I start to think how governments are left without doing anything while there are many people who suffer from hsv and are poor who do not have money to get the medication

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Worstguyever

My God. Feeling very bad and scared. 

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Atrapasueños

Yo no la conocía en persona por la cuenta de Facebook después de mi contagio ella me había dicho que ya tenía 3 años de que su esposo la había contagiado de hsv-2 

Esto me pone mal ya que era la única persona que me entendía y podía platicar con ella ya que Nuestra lengua materna era el español y en este foro todos hablan inglés 

Los médicos no saben el impacto que causa el hsv no tienen idea ella era una persona solitaria sin apoyo social ni médico como los gobiernos y medicos pueden decir que el hsv no es un gran problema 

Me pregunto donde se encuentra ese 70% de infectados por el hsv no será un problema para ese 70% el el tener hsv o tal vez  algún porcentaje de ese 70% esta en silencio viviendo un infierno con miedo a levantar la voz por ser juzgados por no poder hacer nada y sólo sufrir en silencio

@SupermansJustice ____________________________

I did not know her in person by the Facebook account after my contagion she had told me that she was already 3 years old that her husband had infected her with hsv-2

This makes me bad since I was the only person who understood me and could talk to her since Our mother tongue was Spanish and in this forum everyone speaks English

Doctors do not know the impact that causes the hsv have no idea she was a lonely person without social or medical support as governments and doctors can say that hsv is not a big problem

I wonder where is that 70% infected by the hsv will not be a problem for that 70% the having hsv or maybe some percentage of that 70% is quietly living a hell with fear to raise the voice for being judged by Unable to do anything and only suffer in silence

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1 hour ago, Atrapasueños said:

Yo no la conocía en persona por la cuenta de Facebook después de mi contagio ella me había dicho que ya tenía 3 años de que su esposo la había contagiado de hsv-2 

Esto me pone mal ya que era la única persona que me entendía y podía platicar con ella ya que Nuestra lengua materna era el español y en este foro todos hablan inglés 

Los médicos no saben el impacto que causa el hsv no tienen idea ella era una persona solitaria sin apoyo social ni médico como los gobiernos y medicos pueden decir que el hsv no es un gran problema 

Me pregunto donde se encuentra ese 70% de infectados por el hsv no será un problema para ese 70% el el tener hsv o tal vez  algún porcentaje de ese 70% esta en silencio viviendo un infierno con miedo a levantar la voz por ser juzgados por no poder hacer nada y sólo sufrir en silencio

@SupermansJustice ____________________________

I did not know her in person by the Facebook account after my contagion she had told me that she was already 3 years old that her husband had infected her with hsv-2

This makes me bad since I was the only person who understood me and could talk to her since Our mother tongue was Spanish and in this forum everyone speaks English

Doctors do not know the impact that causes the hsv have no idea she was a lonely person without social or medical support as governments and doctors can say that hsv is not a big problem

I wonder where is that 70% infected by the hsv will not be a problem for that 70% the having hsv or maybe some percentage of that 70% is quietly living a hell with fear to raise the voice for being judged by Unable to do anything and only suffer in silence

Hi, Really its very sad whenever think of real intense of thread and scaring about life.  I have very strong doubt about infection Statistics.  OHSV - 80%GHSV-15% etc.  Really i dont think it is this much common.  If so the stigma may gone very early itself.  I think this numbers are very much interpreted.  I read somewhere,  these statistics usually they will take from Very High risk Group(Ex: who are all attending sti clinic regularly-means they feel that needs to be tested of their exposures).  Take that numbers and applyinf in general Population.  If really this numbers are in General populatuin,  stigma may fade long ago.  Now because of this Stigma everybody suffering mentally much  more than physically. Just its my assumption and opinion. 

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LWestCoast
8 minutes ago, Worstguyever said:

Hi, Really its very sad whenever think of real intense of thread and scaring about life.  I have very strong doubt about infection Statistics.  OHSV - 80%GHSV-15% etc.  Really i dont think it is this much common.  If so the stigma may gone very early itself.  I think this numbers are very much interpreted.  I read somewhere,  these statistics usually they will take from Very High risk Group(Ex: who are all attending sti clinic regularly-means they feel that needs to be tested of their exposures).  Take that numbers and applyinf in general Population.  If really this numbers are in General populatuin,  stigma may fade long ago.  Now because of this Stigma everybody suffering mentally much  more than physically. Just its my assumption and opinion. 

80-90% of people who have HSV don't know they have it because they either don't have symptoms or don't recognize them as HSV. I agree that if everyone who had herpes knew they had herpes and knew all the facts(I.e.that all typees of herpes can become genital even coldsores) their would be very little stigma. 

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Lisajd

I would also like to say that I don't think herpes with the whole contributing factor to her committing suicide I would have to say that been cheated on would have been also a factor

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Atrapasueños

Toda enfermedad incurable tiene 4 o 5 fases y si la enfermedad es estigmatizada las personas son más vulnerables 

1-negacion 2- enojó 3- depresión 4-negociación 5-aceptacion 

Las enfermedades contagiosas incurables son más difíciles ya que una persona soltera puede perder la esperanza de formar una familia, (no digo que no se pueda formar una familia pero es más difícil) sentirse sano, sentirse apoyado, no poder gritar o mencionar el padecimiento de tu enfermedad por la estigmatización

Y las enfermedades no infecciosas pero incurables son más manejables ya que puede ser más positivo podrías contar con una pareja formar una familia puedes compartir tu padecimiento de tu enfermedad sin vergüenza sin ser estigmatizado 

Para una persona con una enfermedad incurable estimatizante es más difícil emocionalmente, mucha gente con hsv renuncia a un sueño una meta formar una familia por su enfermedad 

Me pongo en el lugar de ella y entiendo su frustración ser engañada por su esposo contagiarla de hsv abandonarla después de contagiarla ahora toma todo esos sentimientos y dime que pensarías tu teniendo hsv y que tu esposo te dejará 

Aveces es fácil sacar conclusiones rápidas pero como dice una frase

"Camina en mis zapatos"

_____________________ @Lisajd

All incurable disease has 4 or 5 phases and if the disease is stigmatized people are more vulnerable

1-negation 2-anger 3-depression 4-negotiation 5-acceptance

Incurable infectious diseases are more difficult because a single person can lose hope of forming a family, (I do not say that a family can not be formed but it is more difficult) to feel healthy, to feel supported, not to be able to shout or to mention the suffering of Your disease from stigma

And non-infectious but incurable diseases are more manageable since it may be more positive you could have a partner form a family you can share your disease without shame without being stigmatized

For a person with an incurable disease estimating is more difficult emotionally, many people with hsv give up a dream a goal to form a family because of their illness

I put myself in the place of her and I understand her frustration being deceived by her husband contagious her to hsv leave her after infecting her now take all those feelings and tell me you would think your having hsv and that your husband will leave you

Sometimes it is easy to draw conclusions quickly but as one sentence

"Walk in my shoes"

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Lisajd

I don't know what you're talking about what I was implying was that most likely the fact that her husband cheated on her and the fact that she has herpes has led to her committing suicide not herpes alone

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