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On 9/20/2020 at 6:30 PM, Shanshine said:

How can GHSV-1 be transmitted genital to genital? How rare is it? 

Obviously I'm not a Dr but I have read Dr H. Hunter Handsfields work and he suggests it is quite rare.  And most of the time,  one will have an initial outbreak and then never again.  Look him up on the Medhelp forums.  Very knowledgeable. 

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