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Assalamu alaikum! Bismillah.
ABOUT ME: I have been happily Muslim for 3 years and every day I thank Allah for the guidance. I am originally from Poland, but have been in the US for a while - I went to grad school here and now I work in research & data analytics. I like my job, but the end goal is to get a degree in Islamic sciences and teach my beautiful religion. InshAllah.
I enjoy simple things: outdoors, cooking, reading, spending time with my friends. I'd consider myself an introvert, but I open up to those who I know well.
I make continuous effort to practice and study Islam to the best of my abilities. It is extremely important to me that my future spouse does the same and that we can help each other on the Straight Path, with the help of Allah.
I AM LOOKING FOR: someone who loves Islam as much as I do and fulfills all the pillars, but is gentle to himself and others. Someone who understands responsibilities of a husband and wants to create a family following the example of our Prophets, peace be upon them. Someone who does not base their religious practices solely on the culture, but rather seeks knowledge. How you serve Allah is the most important to me, after that I look for someone warm, funny, supportive that I can vibe with. Preferably not a couch potato. Oh, I am 5'4'' , in case being taller is significant to you.
If you are interested message me here or drop a comment with similar info. BUT only if your intention is to get married and if you are serious about your faith and life. I am way passed dating and talking nonsense, let's get to know each other but not waste time. If you prefer to contact my wali, I can provide the info.
On Feb 10, I slept with somebody new. I specifically asked him if he had been tested for HSV and HIV via blood test. He told me he had just been tested two months ago and everything was negative and he hadn’t slept with anybody in a year. He either lied to me about being tested or lied about his status. I believe he knew he had HSV2, was not taking antivirals, and didn’t care if he infected me. Now he is using it to make me feel like I HAVE to stay with him because we both have this. And he is minimizing it.
I am in pain, depressed, having suicidal thoughts (don’t think I’d act on them), and feeling hopeless. I have nerve pain all over my genitals, my lower back, my butt, back of my legs. It’s a constant pain and burning. I’m also bleeding as if I’m on a light period! ITS AWFUL! I don’t understand why anybody minimizes this!!! INFORMED CONSENT IS SO IMPORTANT! I feel violated! I’m so angry
Hey, everyone, I wasn't sure where else to post but I'm hoping to reach out to other people in a similar situation to myself (Muslim with herpes). I'd just like to find someone who I can talk to maybe and find out how they've dealt with it and their experiences so far.
So, I found out last week through a private blood test that I have herpes. It felt like my entire future shattered before me and I actually couldn't even cry on the first day, I was just in so much shock. It was only the next day that I found myself, just crying randomly out of nowhere.
I had thought i was clean and free from any STDs as I had taken a blood test at an NHS sexual health clinic however it turned out that they don't include the herpes blood screen as most people are asymptomatic and they want to reduce the stigma attached with herpes. At first, I thought ignorance would have been bliss in this situation as most people will have herpes but not be told that they have it unless they take a private blood test or show symptoms.
But then, I just thought that I could be passing it onto other people and what made me scared the most was about passing it onto family members, especially young children like young niece and nephew who I've kissed and potentially put at risk. I feel so paranoid when I'm near young babies now and try to keep my distance, I've seen pictures in article about a newborn baby was kissed by someone with herpes and their eye has swollen up.
Islamically, you're not allowed to marry a person without telling them you have herpes. I was just wondering if there were any Muslims would have been able to get married and how they found their spouse.
Also, a general question that I wanted to ask everyone? How do I deal with the paranoia of passing on herpes to others? I've been very careful about washing anything I've used like glasses and cutlery, like scrubbing them thoroughly with soap.
alsalam aliykom sisters and brothers
im looking for 7alal inshaAllah .. i have been diagnosed hsv2 since 5 years ago .. my ex wife passed it to me .. i was 32 years old virgin man .. she was my first but ..alhamdulillah i
believe that every thing happens for reason .. anyway
im here seeking 7alal so we can complete and love each other .. may Allah make it easy for us to find our ways
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I've known my fiance for couple of years, and in our country, before we get married, it is compulsary for the couple to screen for HIV test. The test showed negative for both of us. Then we decided to take an STD test (without any symptoms) just to make sure and this test include Syphyllis, Chlamydia n both type of HSV. The results came with me having negative for all STDs and my fiance having all negative except for HSV-1 (igG blood test).
I am under so much pressure right now to consider of calling off the wedding or continue with it. My concern is that how it going to affect my pregnancy and my life as a whole.
I love my fiance so much, I try to support him as much as I can. I just have certain worry about my future in terms of pregnancy and whether Im gonna contract HSV-1 oral or genital? Cause my fiance did not show any symptom either on his mounth or genital
Anyone can give me advice regarding this..Im so much appreciate it.