He didn't call you a a liar, but the fact that you are so worried over a sex act that is considered low-risk even without protection was PROTECTED doesn't make sense. Maybe for your own peace of mind you should become more informed about how STD's are actually transmitted.View Thread
First, you are in the wrong forum, this one is for HIV not HSV.
Secondly, how were you diagnosed? Swab, blood test or visual. Cold sores are usually caused by HSV 1, not 2. Are you sure that they diagnosed you as having HSV2?? Just because it is located on your genitals doesn't automatically mean it is 2, you can have HSV1 on your genitals and yes it can be transmitted during oral sex when he is not in an active outbreak. Shedding can occur when there is no visible sore but the virus can lay ontop of the skin, not all the time, but no one can know when they are shedding as there are no symptoms.
I suggest if you have more questions to use the STD forum. Oh and don't worry now about what will happen if you two break up, why not wait to cross that bridge when you come to it.View Thread
If you are not having sex or sharing needles with these people, you are not at risk for HIV or any other STD. Any time you think you are being infected or stalked remember these two things, any fear without those 2 factors is irrational.View Thread
An HIV test at the 3 month mark will not change unless you've had unprotected intercourse or shared the same needle with an HIV carrier since the test. And since you do not have sex or use needles, your test will still stay negative.
Remember that those 2 scenarios are the only ones that can infect you with HIV. EVER.View Thread
What difference will that make? You still won't believe them, just like you don't believe us when we tell you there is no risk here. Like I said before if you have such little faith in us why do you continue to ask questions when you never seem to believe our answers??? This is why you need mental health help.View Thread