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Who has hsv2 and never gave it to there partner? Like to know if it is possible? Out of curosity and If you have hsv2 and have sex with your partner without protection but use antivirals..your partner lucky to not get it..

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I think this is a deep topic and requires much research to inform yourself. I have  read about the UK herpes association saying they can do so. Although I vehemently disagree w/ some of their public statements.

When seeking a partner its important you give them all the information.

When looking at anti-virals look deeply for rarer events and factors that might increase transmission risk. 

Know your triggers. Keeping good diet is cornerstone which ever direction you go.

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