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If a female has HSV2 and has no symptoms at the time and she is also taking antivirals can she transmit the disease to a male who does not have neither HSV1 or HSV2 through him giving her oral sex?
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:HSV2 TransmissionIf a female has HSV2 and has no symptoms at the time and she is also taking antivirals can she transmit the disease to a male who does not have neither HSV1 or HSV2 through him giving her oral sex?
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