There is a sad lack of consolidated information at a glance that you need to know about having herpes. Here are the handouts you’ve been looking for …
All of the facts and figures you’re going to want to know when first getting diagnosed with herpes. (Right-click and “Download as …”)
Find out all the information that any potential partner will want to know about the risks of getting herpes. (Right-click and “Download as …”)
I hope these handouts are helpful in dispelling all those myths about herpes and help you live the happy life you deserve.
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I have been married to my wife for the past 24 years. I was infected with gHSV2 while using condoms early on in the relationship. My urologist and her OB/GYN told us to avoid any unprotected oral sex for the fear of transmitting the virus to the mouth. Well, here we are 24 years later and now I’m getting information from the CDC, Johns Hopkins, NIH and the Mayo clinic stating that there is only a 1% chance (qualifying a compromised immune system, which we don’t have) of spreading gHSV2 from the genitals to the mouth. Why is this information so difficult to find? I have done exhaustive internet searches and have come up with names of doctors and clinicians who are saying, basically, that we have wasted the last 24 years of our lives abstaining!!! Where can I find a definitive answer from an expert in this field. False hope can be dangerous but having no hope at all is devastating!! Help me!!