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Old 14-02-2020, 10:13 AM
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Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

My partner (female) tested positive for HSV2, but negative for HSV1.

We've had sex many times but the last contact was about a week ago.

Should I get tested? Should we stop having sex?

My last test for HSV1 and 2 was negative, but this was before I met present partner
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Old 14-02-2020, 10:28 AM
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Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

Hmm.... is the genital warts visible on your partner? Genital warts are transmitted via skin to skin contact. If the genitals warts are outside of the vagina... condom will not protect your skin that touches it.

If the genital warts are inside the vagina.

I would suggest to use condoms during sexual activities.
Ask your partner to seek medical treatment which can help to reduce the risk of transmission.
You can take HPV vaccine and take vitamins boost up your immune system.
Genital warts requires the immune system to fight it off because itís a virus.
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Old 14-02-2020, 10:31 AM
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Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

With regards to testing. It takes around 2 weeks for the body to generate the antibodies which will then reflect for blood test.

Since you have sex so many times with her..... maybe you just wait for 1 more week since the last unprotected sex you had with her. Maybe your immune system is strong enough such that you donít get caught by the genital warts
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Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

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Hmm.... is the genital warts visible on your partner? Genital warts are transmitted via skin to skin contact. If the genitals warts are outside of the vagina... condom will not protect your skin that touches it.

If the genital warts are inside the vagina.

I would suggest to use condoms during sexual activities.
Ask your partner to seek medical treatment which can help to reduce the risk of transmission.
You can take HPV vaccine and take vitamins boost up your immune system.
Genital warts requires the immune system to fight it off because it’s a virus.
Genital warts are caused by HPV not HSV.
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Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

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My partner (female) tested positive for HSV2, but negative for HSV1.

We've had sex many times but the last contact was about a week ago.

Should I get tested? Should we stop having sex?

My last test for HSV1 and 2 was negative, but this was before I met present partner
30% to 40% of all sexually active people are infected with HSV2 so if neither of you have ever had any outbreaks it means the virus does not affect either of you so you don't have to worry about it at all.

You can get tested if you want but in my opinion it would be a waste of time. Nothing changes if you test positive and neither does it change if you test negative so just carry on with life and enjoy the sex.
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Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

Ohhh, I thought they were the same thing 😅. Thank you for pointing out
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Question Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

if like that TS intend to forever don't sex with that partner?

If one don't sex with an "infected" person, the percentage of kana is 0%. However if one choose to sex with an "infected" person, the percentage of kana is above 0.1%. So to sex or not to sex? If sex already consider the consequences which one may have to live with it for a LIFETIME.
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Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

that's incorrect.
HSV can be transmitted via skin to skin contact..

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If one don't sex with an "infected" person, the percentage of kana is 0%.
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Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

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How are HPV and herpes different?
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Ohhh, I thought they were the same thing 😅. Thank you for pointing out
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Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

Hi boss, understand what you are saying, but wouldn't it be better to avoid sexual contact with the HSV2 positive partner (who is likely symptomatic) until I get tested?

Agree that HSV2 is not serious, but it can be an annoyance and increases the chance of catching HIV.

Assuming I do a test in the coming days / weeks, and result is negative for HSV1 and 2, then wouldn't the logical thing to do be to stop sleeping with this partner who is infected with HSV?


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30% to 40% of all sexually active people are infected with HSV2 so if neither of you have ever had any outbreaks it means the virus does not affect either of you so you don't have to worry about it at all.

You can get tested if you want but in my opinion it would be a waste of time. Nothing changes if you test positive and neither does it change if you test negative so just carry on with life and enjoy the sex.
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Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

If she's just a fling by all means stop having sex with her, get yourself tested and move on if you test negative so as to reduce the probability of catching the virus.

However if you're in a stable relationship it would be crazy to break up or become celibate or unfaithful just because of a bug that almost half the population are infected with.

HSV increases the chances of catching other STDs only if you have outbreaks which compromise the protection that healthy skin provides. If you have no outbreaks it makes no difference.

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Hi boss, understand what you are saying, but wouldn't it be better to avoid sexual contact with the HSV2 positive partner (who is likely symptomatic) until I get tested?

Agree that HSV2 is not serious, but it can be an annoyance and increases the chance of catching HIV.

Assuming I do a test in the coming days / weeks, and result is negative for HSV1 and 2, then wouldn't the logical thing to do be to stop sleeping with this partner who is infected with HSV?
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Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

Agree with your analysis boss. It's the former situation

Anyway, based on what I read online, the occurrence of outbreaks is unpredictable. Just because you have no outbreaks now, doesn't mean you won't have it later. There is no way to know.

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If she's just a fling by all means stop having sex with her, get yourself tested and move on if you test negative so as to reduce the probability of catching the virus.

However if you're in a stable relationship it would be crazy to break up or become celibate or unfaithful just because of a bug that almost half the population are infected with.

HSV increases the chances of catching other STDs only if you have outbreaks which compromise the protection that skin provides. If you have no outbreaks it makes no difference.
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Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

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HSV can be transmitted via skin to skin contact..
I refer to this one lor. Like that sad leh. TS cannot even hug or hold the partner hands liao.

https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-s...lex-virus#hsv2


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Herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2)
HSV-2 infection is widespread throughout the world and is almost exclusively sexually transmitted, causing genital herpes. HSV-2 is the main cause of genital herpes, which can also be caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). Infection with HSV-2 is lifelong and incurable.

Scope of the problem
Genital herpes caused by HSV-2 is a global issue, and an estimated 417 million people worldwide were living with the infection in 2012. Prevalence of HSV-2 infection was estimated to be highest in Africa (31.5%), followed by the Americas (14.4%). It was also shown to increase with age, though the highest numbers of people newly-infected were adolescents.

More women are infected with HSV-2 than men; in 2012 it was estimated that 267 million women and 150 million men were living with the infection. This is because sexual transmission of HSV is more efficient from men to women than from women to men.

Signs and symptoms
Genital herpes infections often have no symptoms, or mild symptoms that go unrecognised. Most infected people are unaware that they have the infection. Typically, about 10-20% of people with HSV-2 infection report a prior diagnosis of genital herpes.

When symptoms do occur, genital herpes is characterised by one or more genital or anal blisters or open sores called ulcers. In addition to genital ulcers, symptoms of new genital herpes infections often include fever, body aches, and swollen lymph nodes.

After an initial genital herpes infection with HSV-2, recurrent symptoms are common but often less severe than the first outbreak. The frequency of outbreaks tends to decrease over time. People infected with HSV-2 may experience sensations of mild tingling or shooting pain in the legs, hips, and buttocks before the occurrence of genital ulcers.

Transmission
HSV-2 is mainly transmitted during sex, through contact with genital surfaces, skin, sores or fluids of someone infected with the virus. HSV-2 can be transmitted from skin in the genital or anal area that looks normal and is often transmitted in the absence of symptoms.

In rare circumstances, HSV-2 infection can be transmitted from a mother to her infant during delivery.

Possible complications
HSV-2 and HIV
HSV-2 and HIV have been shown to influence each other. HSV-2 infection increases the risk of acquiring a new HIV infection by approximately three-fold. In addition, people with both HIV and HSV-2 infection are more likely to spread HIV to others. HSV-2 is amongst the most common infections in people living with HIV, occurring in 60-90% of HIV-infected persons.

Infection with HSV-2 in people living with HIV (and other immunocompromised individuals) often has a more severe presentation and more frequent recurrences. In advanced HIV disease, HSV-2 can lead to more serious, but rare, complications such as meningoencephalitis, esophagitis, hepatitis, pneumonitis, retinal necrosis, or disseminated infection.

Neonatal herpes
Neonatal herpes can occur when an infant is exposed to HSV in the genital tract during delivery. This is a rare condition, occurring in an estimated 10 out of every 100,000 births globally, but can lead to lasting neurologic disability or death. The risk for neonatal herpes is greatest when a mother acquires HSV infection for the first time in late pregnancy. Women who have genital herpes before they become pregnant are at very low risk of transmitting HSV to their infants.

Psychosocial impact
Recurrent symptoms of genital herpes may be painful and the infection can lead to social stigma and psychological distress. These factors can have an important impact on quality of life and sexual relationships. However, in time, most people with herpes adjust to living with the infection.

Treatment
Antivirals, such as acyclovir, famciclovir, and valacyclovir are the most effective medications available for people infected with HSV. These can help to reduce the severity and frequency of symptoms, but cannot cure the infection.

WHO guidelines for the treatment of Genital Herpes Simplex Virus
Prevention
Individuals with genital HSV infection should abstain from sexual activity whilst experiencing symptoms of genital herpes. HSV-2 is most contagious during an outbreak of sores, but can also be transmitted when no symptoms are felt or visible.

The consistent and correct use of condoms can help reduce the risk of spreading genital herpes. However, condoms only provide partial protection, as HSV can be found in areas not covered by a condom. Medical male circumcision can provide men life-long partial protection against HSV-2, in addition to HIV and human papillomavirus (HPV).

Pregnant women with symptoms of genital herpes should inform their health care providers. Preventing acquisition of a new genital herpes infection is particularly important for women in late pregnancy, as this is when the risk for neonatal herpes is greatest.

Additional research is underway to develop more effective prevention methods against HSV infection, such as vaccines or topical microbicides (compounds which can be applied inside the vagina or rectum to protect against sexually transmitted infections).
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Re: Genital Herpes (HSV2) - partner tested positive

If someone has never had HSV symptoms, but tests positive for HSV2, is there really a need to inform or discuss with future partners?

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If someone has never had HSV symptoms, but tests positive for HSV2, is there really a need to inform or discuss with future partners?

Apologies if this question has been asked before
It's a moral issue not a medical one.

In the USA there have been law suits over this very issue which is the reason why sometimes it is better not to know everything.

Herpes is overblown. It is very common and the majority of those who have it never even know they caught it but of course for those who suffer recurrent painful attacks it is a disaster.

There are excellent articles at https://herpes.org.uk/
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