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Nervous for bf to get tested.

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ebonic

I tested positive in april this year after my bf of 2 years confessed that he cheated on me with his HSV 2+ ex in february. I decided to forgive and move on but he hasn't been tested but has an appt for saturday and now for some reason I am paranoid that he will actually be negative and it will affect our relationship even though he says it won't. We have been having unprotected sex since the beginning of June so I think it really doesn't matter to him but I am scared! I want him to be negative because obviously i wouldn't wish this on someone I love, but deep down I want him to be positive too so that this whole thing can be a moot point and we can move on and carry on the same as we have been. That makes me feel like a horrible person.

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Lisajd

Sorry I'm a bit confused you stated you got hsv2 after your boyfriend cheated on you so why do you think he is negative.  

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KJS

That's a lot of information to take in at once! I hope you remain positive through a tough time! 

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ebonic
On 7/6/2017 at 8:11 PM, Lisajd said:

Sorry I'm a bit confused you stated you got hsv2 after your boyfriend cheated on you so why do you think he is negative.  

Because I had never been tested before so theres no way to know when I got it for sure but he was tested at the beginning of our relationship and I saw his negative results so if he is now positive we pretty much both agree I got it from him although theres no way to really know 100%, but I know the only one who has ever been unfaithful is him. Really it won't answer many questions, but it would kind of put this whole thing to rest

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