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  1. I've spent over a year analyzing the sh*t out of everything to do with herpes...but recently through a H dating site I have met a great guy. I don't know what type he has yet (it's been sooo nice to not jump into that subject although it will come up very soon!) I just was wondering what is the the likelihood of me who has hsv1 contracting hsv2 down there?? Maybe he has the same as me..who knows it's just been nice getting to know eachother without that being the focus of our convos...anyone have any info or been in this position? I'm NOT looking for jump into bed with ANYONE but if the time comes Id love to be properly informed about risks and anyone else's ezperiences. Thank you!
  2. Thank you all! I will definitely look at your blog wcsdancer..it's still early days I know, my granny had hsv1 and used to have cold sores whenever she got stressed so i probably have a pre disposition to having frequent attacks anyway. But hey at least no one can see right?? Thanks again for your responses :)
  3. Thank you both very much! I haven't bought lysine pills yet but I plan on doing so this week! I have been trying to consume a lot of meat as I know that it has a lot of lysine and cut down on carbs and grains as much as I can. I don't have any disease that would lower my immune system, maybe the stress and the depression have caused it to be lowered significantly too. Also the heat!! I live in Southern California and it's been 100 degrees for months now, I think that might aggravate it. Thank you for your support <3
  4. I'm sorry my wifi sucks and I didn't mean to post it 3 times...won't let me delete 2 of them
  5. Hello everyone! I was diagnosed with genital herpes in June of 2013 after sleeping with a new partner. I'll try to keep it brief but I wasn't tested for which type at the time because of the cost of the test. I assumed I had type 2 due to the severity of the outbreak and the past year has been AWFUL. I seem to be in a constant state of outbreak...even taking 1g of valacyclovir every day to suppress then..doesn't work! Just last week I finally got the blood test. The test was type 1/type 2 specific Igg test and I showed negative for hsv2 and positive for hsv1...the number next to it was 9.55 with High written next to it. So my question is...with all the research I've done about ghsv1 being so mild and most people only have 1 or 2 outbreaks ever..why is mine so extreme?? The outbreaks the self are very mild and very small with only 1 blister at a time in the same place..but why is the frequency so bad?? It just doesn't make sense. Over the past year I've probably had close to 100 outbreaks. It's very depressing especially since I got the news that type 1 is not as severe as type 2. I'm continuing to take my 1g of valacyclovir everyday is there anything else I can do?? Anyone else been diagnosed with type 1 down there and experienced this too? This year has been full of stress with my living environment but now things have calmed down I've really been hoping they will subside for a while..
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