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Mrbrownstone

Hello heres my situational

I have been  diagnoses with  genital  hsv1  my parther has oral hsv1 we have and had unproteced sex  with no active lession what are  chances of me transmitting to her genital does having the same hsv1 diganoses but in differnt areas mean that antibody with proteced the rest of  body? Any one else in a simlair siuational?  With a parther having the same virus but in a different location? 

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WilsoInAus

Your immune system provides very good protection from further infection. It is fair to say the chances are negligible or lower. It really isn't worth worrying about that much. You are concordant and this is the best situation to be in.

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