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After being exposed to hsv2 I've tested negative at 2 months. I know it can take longer and I'll retest at 3 n 4 months to see if there would be anything detected. Now I've had some weird symptoms but I'm not sure if it was my anxiety or what. Nothing hardly lasted but for that day. Nothing ever blistered or oozed and there's no visible signs but I've had hsv1 with high antibodies for a long long time and I know that can help from having severe symptoms and out breaks.

Has anyone with hsv1 and recently got hsv2 and had a complete outbreak with sores right away? I'm wondering about that. I've had a lil burning on my median raphe and it was like a month later. It's never happened before. Irritated at times to a burning sensation. What's the chances. It doesn't hurt to urinate or nothing just getting slight discomfort. Has anyone ever had something similar. If it wasn't for having hsv1 I'd of had an outbreaks with usual symptoms. Or does that even matter and u can still get sores and blisters. I'm thinking that people in my situation would, knowing they've for sure been exposed to it. Also not having the antibodies. Im Just curious because I'm either bring these symptoms to life or I've tested too early

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6 hours ago, Tone123 said:

After being exposed to hsv2 I've tested negative at 2 months. I know it can take longer and I'll retest at 3 n 4 months to see if there would be anything detected. Now I've had some weird symptoms but I'm not sure if it was my anxiety or what. Nothing hardly lasted but for that day. Nothing ever blistered or oozed and there's no visible signs but I've had hsv1 with high antibodies for a long long time and I know that can help from having severe symptoms and out breaks.

Has anyone with hsv1 and recently got hsv2 and had a complete outbreak with sores right away? I'm wondering about that. I've had a lil burning on my median raphe and it was like a month later. It's never happened before. Irritated at times to a burning sensation. What's the chances. It doesn't hurt to urinate or nothing just getting slight discomfort. Has anyone ever had something similar. If it wasn't for having hsv1 I'd of had an outbreaks with usual symptoms. Or does that even matter and u can still get sores and blisters. I'm thinking that people in my situation would, knowing they've for sure been exposed to it. Also not having the antibodies. Im Just curious because I'm either bring these symptoms to life or I've tested too early

as some people are a-symptomatic or have low grade reactions i would say it is possible. i think you can get the PRC test kit for home. imo.

please read the honeycomb website from the not sure section...including complications sheet for more formal info...i dont completely agree w/ everything but it is a good guide.

keep strict and careful hygiene. complications are rare and uncommon but i personal think people chasing a diagnosis are most of risk and need to be informed. make sure when you dry your self you dont spread the same area across your body with a suspected infection.

you do not need to be neurotic just make it part of your routine.

if my troll chimes in pls ignore him. i am not jay..he thinks everyone that challenges his imaginary authority here is, he also regularly accuses people w/ rare complications as liars.

dont be scared of everything here as a central point the rare cases all end up here. it makes it look worse than it is.

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