Has someone you’re dating revealed to you that they have herpes? Here’s a bit of advice: If you are not ready to take the risk yet then don’t.
Next keep in mind that you certainly do not have to sleep with this person anytime soon, so doing a little research to become more familiar with the topic is highly advised.
Often the longer a person has the virus the less frequent and less severe their outbreaks will be.
Also, it’s been proven that viral shedding is drastically reduced after the first year after becoming infected thus reducing the chances of spreading the virus to you.
My friend said I was too much like a sister, and he couldn't continue. I worried about how that incident would affect our friendship.
A high school friend and I wound up taking our friendship a little further, and 20 seconds into the act that would change my life forever, he stopped.Valtrex has been studied and has been found to reduce the risk of transmission by as much as 73%.That’s relatively high if you consider this person knows their body and can take all aspects of the virus into consideration when avoiding sexual activity that may pose greater risk.Once you’ve done your own investigating into herpes and recognize the risk, you’ll be able to make a more informed decision as well as having taken the time to know whether this person is worth that risk or not.The risk of contracting herpes is relatively high, even when dating within the general population, so that’s something you might want to consider.