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3 Reasons Why Herpes Dating Sites Are Very Popular In USA

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People living with herpes are more common than you might think. Recent trends show that almost half the population are living with HSV-1, commonly known as oral herpes. This virus is typically spread through oral contact. In the case of HSV-2 which is spread through more intimate sexual relations, statistics show that one in every six people is living with HSV-2. It is unfortunate that our society today attaches a lot of stigma to people living with herpes. Or any STI for that matter. They tend to alienate these people, mostly out of sheer ignorance. If you are a person living with the herpes virus, it is not the end of the world.

The US has long been fertile land for the most vibrant civil society system. It is easy for all people and their smaller factions with diverse opinions to be considered and be given rights.
The government takes responsibility for all of its citizens, far enough to ensure that we all have an equal chance to love and be loved. Such has been true for all the HSV singles throughout America, popularized by wonderful sites. The following are some of the reasons why herpes dating sites are especially popular in the US.

Many People Have Herpes
The true impact of herpes has been downplayed on by many people in the society; they fail to recognize that it has indeed been a pandemic. The number of people that have it is over fifty percent. That translates to very many people.
It is only normal that instead of neglecting each other, we would all get together in our societies that think clearly about this situation, and most importantly, appreciate each other as human beings. Which brings us to our next point? (Some Approaches in Dating HSV singles)

The Sites Are a Uniting Factor
It is one thing to struggle with a condition that stays with you always, it is an entirely new scope to have people give you weird eyes like you are now broken.

Herpes dating sites prove to people that they are together in this condition and that we all deserve love. A virus doesn’t have to get in the way of that. The many sites have helped people not just to live on, but to accept themselves, and to see happiness. We become more rested when we know we share the same issues and simplify the process of love.

They Offer a No-judgment Zone
America, being a multicultural utopia has been the permissive society where vibrant views thrive and all sorts of divergent prospects from all and sundry are put into perspective and allowed.
People living with herpes are freed from the self-righteous. They interact freely through the medium and they communicate without fear of being condemned or rejected for this reason.

 

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      Did ldn work.
    • honkschonks
      I wonder if people in the military are tested for hsv, because the general public isn’t. You have to specifically ask for it and many doctors don’t even see the point because it’s “so common”. It’s very possible he has it and has no symptoms or very mild random symptoms. Sorry to hear what you’re dealing with. It seems like women’s symptoms are worse than men’s.
    • WilsoInAus
      No that’s not the issue at all. The absolute vast majority of nerve pain is not caused by herpes. Hence it cannot be used to reverse engineer a diagnosis of herpes. That is exceptinally dangerous and we must do all we can encourage proper diagnosis.
    • ill47
      Do you have an APOE4 gene? I do. I also have HSV-2, which so far hasn't been linked to dementia. Itzhaki previously found that cold sores occur more frequently in those who carry a gene variant that confers increased risk of Alzheimer’s called APOE-ε4. "Our theory is that in APOE-ε4 carriers, reactivation is more frequent or more harmful in HSV1-infected brain cells, which as a result accumulate damage that culminates in development of Alzheimer's," she said.

      So basically, if you carry the APOE4 gene and have oral HSV-1, you chances of dementia could be quite high. But if you have APOE4, your chances of dementia were higher already. Look, 80% of the population has HSV-1. 80% of the population does not get dementia. You also seem to skip over the fact that antiviral treatment can reduce the increased chances of dementia to almost nothing. "The striking results include evidence that the risk of senile dementia is much greater in those who are infected with HSV, and that anti-herpes antiviral treatment causes a dramatic decrease in number of those subjects severely affected by HSV1 who later develop dementia," Itzhaki said. The data from Taiwan only applies to the rare severe HSV1 or VZV infections. The next step will be to study dementia rates amongst people with mild HSV1 infections, including herpes labialis or mild genital herpes. "Considering that over 150 publications strongly support an HSV1 role in Alzheimer's, these Taiwan findings greatly justify usage of antiherpes antivirals - which are safe and well-tolerated - to treat Alzheimer's disease,” Itzhaki said."They also incentivize development of an HSV1 vaccine, which would likely be the most effective treatment." I think it behooves you to do your research and actually read the articles you are posting before pulling the alarm and trying to scare people. 
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