I have genital HSV-1. Do I have to take the same precautions as HSV-2?
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Like a majority of people, I got it from receiving oral sex from someone who I'm assuming had a history of cold sores, because they didn't have genital hsv 1 and dating visible ones at the time. It was someone that I wasn't in a relationship with, and after the fact things ended. Therefore, I'm not genital hsv 1 and dating concerned about how this will affect me health wise because ultimately I realized, it won't.
I've had one outbreak and I've read that gHSV genital hsv 1 and dating rarely recurs, if it does. So my concerns are in the relationship department. I'm a freshman in college, and dating is my concern. I'm sure that I would disclose, before sex, however, I'm not sure when the best timing would be. Before sex is on the table, or when a relationship is on the table?
I've been extremely cautious with my sex life only having sex with one person, only receiving oral from a couple and I still managed to get an STD. I'm now in a place where I'm not emotionally prepared to have sex with someone, but when I am, I would like to be confident and prepared. So here are my questions 1 Within the first year of exposure, what are the rates of asymptomatic shedding for gHSV 1?
If sex is not an option yet in a relationship, would it be wrong to wait until it is to disclose? Or would it most likely lead them to feel like you were being deceitful? Or is that the equivalent to having sex 2 times a week? I have the information, I'm just afraid to disclose, of course because of fear of rejection. How do I prepare myself for the talk to go smoothly?
Also, what are some ways that you have successfully reassured genital hsv 1 and dating partner during or following disclosure? I don't want to make it seem as though I'm forcing them to accept me, but I don't want this to be a deal breaker either although for some I'm sure it could be. I've read that some people have never been rejected over this, just as I've read some sad rejection stories. I know genital to genital transmission is extremely rare. Is it safe to assume the same for genital to mouth transmission?
Since one is contagious through asymptomatic shedding, which is rare for gHSV 1? I know that was a lot of questions. I just want to be prepared when the time comes to disclose. Since I'm interested in someone now, this has caused a lot of anxiety. Also going through this in college has added to the stress, because I feel like if I was older, it would be easier to disclose because people are more interested in long-term relationships and would more likely be more accepting of the slight risk.
As college students, I can't picture many being willing to take this risk because relationships are usually more temporary. Thanks in advance for any advice or insight. S Hello and Welcome! Each person finds not only what they are comfortable with but also each relationship tends to develop differently, so where you might tell someone really early on in one relationship maybe genital hsv 1 and dating bring up STD's or you somehow have a "truth or dare" moment yet another just may not feel right at first maybe you are not sure of your feelings or their intentions.
So really, you just have to play each one as they go I think if it makes you feel better, take them You should take them for 10 days before you start to get intimate Consider it just another deal breaker for some For instance, someone who is OCD or a germphobe may find it very stressful to consider the risk. But for someone who feels they take good care of their bodies and don't worry about every little bug, scar, or twinge, the risk may not seem to be a big deal.
Having the handouts from here is a great resource try to get genital hsv 1 and dating to not look at Google Images because the worst photos are on the first page! Tell him that you will help him to find RELIABLE sources for info if they want to research And Herpes makes a GREAT wingman Just accept that if they do freepersonals.ru dating away, they are just not the person for you.
If the person already has had cold sores you are good to go anyway AND on top of that, there's a lot of drunk sex going on Bottom line, when someone is a genuinely good person, someone will see that and Herpes won't be a big deal WCSDancer Thank you so much for your response! It has eased a little anxiety I've had over this, and I've begun to realize a lot of my worries about relationships were there prior to getting HSV 1.
They're just amplified when you throw the stress of disclosure in the mix. I'm aware that college students are already taking a lot of risks, dating christofle silver plate I feel like I'm holding a lot of responsibility on my shoulders because I KNOW that I am positive, Genital hsv 1 and dating that I can pass it to someone else, and am planning on disclosing.
The stigma attached to that is my main concern, as I'm sure most people here understand. Although they may be taking risks by hopping into bed with someone, the difference is knowing versus not knowing. Personally, I would rather know. If the person who got cold sores had told me about it, I would've taken my time deciding on whether to be intimate with them or not, looked at the relationship more closely and would not be here.
However, some people are not me, and I just don't want to be judged. I'm not "easy" or "promiscuous", I just got unlucky. You're completely "out" about having herpes, has negatively impacted your life? My biggest fear is telling someone and it getting around, because it is a little embarassing and I feel like that kind of information is personal along with anything else in my sex or personal life.
Also, are prodomal feelings a sign of asymptomatic shedding, if there aren't any visible symptoms following them?