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Brucie

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Brucie

http://www.healthcentral.com/genital-herpes/c/all/ec/4/

I read this and came to realize shedding has only been known for a short time in history.

So this means we can spread it via all body fluids not merely by direct contact with lesions and having sex?! EEK :eek:

What I want to know is what do you do if, and how do you tell if, you have systemic herpes infection??? I don't think enough attention is being paid here or anywhere other than the site I found, about shedding and systemic infections. People need to know what to do and what complications there can be as a result of these things. I'm doing my own research on it and am scared as to my findings thus far. Not meaning to scare people but we should find out all we can... amen.

"Other Neurologic Diseases. Other neurologic syndromes that have been linked to HSV infection include epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, atypical pain syndromes, ascending or transverse myelitis (inflammation of the spinal column), and neuralgia (severe stabbing pain along a nerve or group of nerves)."

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austintxee

That is crazy... I didn't know that. So do you think that means that we can give someone else herpes just through kissing even if we have genital herpes?

I hadn't heard that before. Everything I heard was direct skin to skin... not blood or body fluids. That is scary!

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tothefuture

No that's not what it means. You can't spread the virus from your mouth if you've got it genitally.

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