hello i was 27 yrs on 2008 may when i was told i had herpes, 1 1/2 year after breaking off with my second partner.I was lost and confused because i only been with two sexual partners in my sexual active life and now i had herpes. It took me two years to recover from a serious depression but now every time i have a breakout i get really depress,I still ask my self (why me, why) Now i take valtrex every day and i have kept it a secret.I been single ever since.I hope u feel better and read as much on this condition,this site really help or find a support group.View Thread
when i did not know i had herpes....i used to get a pimple...just like you..then after months i finally got a legion...i went to the doctor got swatt n the results washerpes...good luck..you should get a blood test for herpes..View Thread
had herpes for almost two years n i alway had an ob on the pubic area but just one legion.....im a female...from what i read here...at webmd i see that everyone get them in diferent places.....is good to know that others that get them in the same area...View Thread
I understand that it must of been hard,because is not easy to tell your potential partner the fact....i fanilly told my parther yesturday,but some how i feel out of place even thoug he was very supportive.....good for u...View Thread
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