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An_252426 posted:
I hv herpes igg positive 1.54 and I am not married so will I have any problem in my married life in future and is there any cure for this
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abe648 responded:
You are still a very low positive and so I would get retested in 3 months and re post your test results here.

If you are positive at that point there will be sometimes where you will not want to make love but if you take suppreessive therapy every day the times would be very few like maybe 3-5 times per year and if you have an understanding husband then that is part of life and he will need to love you for who your are.

There is no cure present and there is no current studies that have any cure in the for seeable future. If you get pregnant you will need to avpod some suppressive thearpy diromg the pregnancy but you can take sometigh for each ob. Tjem fpr the last month you are given suppressive terhapy to avoid an ob at time of delivery.

Look at the items in signuture line below and I think that you would be helped bu terri's Book.

God Bless you and ask any more questions so we can help you. .
Abe ...I am not a medical professional. Read the Herpes Handbook, Watch the Video and Terri Warren's book is availible umder the Heading Herpes at http://www.westoverheights.com/


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