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  1. I understand the need for closure but racking ur brain upsetting urself wont change ur status . This is a big adjustment.
  2. I found outi was hsv 1 positive in 2017. Me n my significant other don't use protection. He still doesn't have any symptoms or visible outbreaks. i have outbreaks once a yr
  3. Just make sure you are comfortable & trust them enough to disclose. Try to provide them with enough knowledge and give them time to process it
  4. Sorry to hear that pumpkin its his loss not yours. Atleast you have the strength and confidence to disclose. This is not the end. You will find someone who will accept all of you
  5. Me and my significant other were together a yr before i contracted hsv 1 in 2017. I usually have a OB once a yr. This is the first time i had a OB on my mouth. Its hard not to get depressed when the OB happen but its nice to have someone who still loves me when i cant love myself
  6. I have been going through this Ob for 5 days first the cuts, the itching those symptoms went away. now i have nerve pain and its intense What do u do when this happens?
  7. a swab it was 4 days into my first outbreak
  8. @mr_hopp whats crazy is i have genital type 1 i guess its ppl weird way of trying to comfort me
  9. i asked that same thing i have Type 1 and i keep hearing oh well you have herpes but its not the bad herpes ..like wtf? lol
  10. @Mstanya1234 thank you! you are in my thoughts!!
  11. My OB symptoms started yesterday And today im uncomfortable but I'm managing. I didn't cry or fall apart i think I'm going to be okay. I don't feel sorry for myself or ugly. I guess its a start of acceptance. Today I feel better
  12. @mstanya1234 no they never put me on anythinh since my first ob
  13. 110 Everything you all responded with is why to disclose. You can't possibly condemn another person to unwittingly going through all of this pain and loss of identity without losing your own dignity and self respect in the process. And, without disclosure, you would be intentionally taking away another person's right to consent. Play it up however you want, that's what we are talking about here. Getting consent, or not. Can you choose not to get consent? Physically, yes. Is it wrong to have sex with someone without consent each and every time? Yes. It is necessary every time. Is witholding the truth to avoid getting a 'no' answer when asking for consent still consent? No. You must give a sexual partner 100% of the information you know that could effect their health and well being. Not telling them something that would change their answer about consent is the same as forcing yourself on them physically. In both cases, you would be forcing them to do something they didn't want to do. So, don't misconstrue the issue. It's not 'not telling', it's avoiding getting consent to take advantage of another person and to cause them pain and misery. Call it like it is. I agree 110%
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