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My ex and I have always had an on and off again relationship for the past 5 years. During our off time, I hooked up with someone else and the asshole gave me hsv2. I’m still going through my first OB but my ex has been there for me every step of the way and still wants to make a relationship work with us. I also have hsv1 from childhood and we’ve always refrained from oral during those outbreaks. However, I don’t know how comfortable I’ll feel about giving him oral since contracting hsv2

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HopefulGirl04

I’m so sorry to hear that, but your ex really sounds like a great guy. I would say do what you feel comfortable with, and talk to him about it too. But why does your hsv2 have to interfere with you giving him oral sex?

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