Az dating herpes
I'm starting to think of myself in the classic way of diseased and tainted and just feel like everything's over. “I got a full STD panel and everything was negative!
Again, it's not just this one girl, she was just the nail in the coffin. Should I listen to my doctor and just forget about it? ” Hardly anyone knows they don’t test for herpes with standard STD testing... Without ever having a sore (that i know of), i don't know where its located. I do know it's the common variety -1, but everything I've read makes me not feel right about not telling someone about it since it can still potentially spread with no symptoms.
I dont think this violates any forum rules from what I saw, but I'm sorry if it does.
This is coming more from a psychological standpoint rather than symptoms.
I feel like itd be easier if I did get a couple sores so I would at least definitively know where and if I have the disease. but the other part of me would feel terrible for not disclosing. but I’m sad and I’m lonely and this stupid virus is this giant shadow looming over me that I can’t get away from. So, for what it's worth, you aren't alone either. I felt a bit better getting mine out too, even if it's only temporarily. Though I know the whole telling thing for oral hsv is a divisive topic.
I know I'm too old for this, early thirties, but I just feel so lost now. Eventually that person would find out and how would it look to start off a potentially good relationship with such a nasty lie.. Though I'm still alternating between anger and depression the last few days up to now. This is one of the reasons this is so frustrating to me.
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I know that this post might come across as a joke when others are dealing with worse, but I need to just talk.
Last year I decided to do an annual std test and the doctor threw in the testing for HSV as well even though I had no symptoms that I can ever remember. Though my number was very low (200-300ish)Ever since then I've had problems coming to terms with it, even with all the stuff out there about false positives, how common it is, and how, just unimportant, it is for lack of a better word.
I havent had any luck with people accepting it, even with me never having sores.
I try the whole route of explaining it's common, and that I dont even get sores.