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    what are the chances!!!
    Puma25 posted:
    i am on valtrex 500mg a day,if i have intercourse and oral sex with out having an outbreak can i still pass on the herpes to my partner....please help....
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    betsyo1967 responded:
    yes you can still transmit the virus though the risk of doing so is cut in half being on suppressive therapy with valtrex.

    have you read the herpes handbook yet?
    Puma25 replied to betsyo1967's response:
    no i have not read the handbook...i can still pass it on if oral sex is performe......
    betsyo1967 replied to Puma25's response:
    the handbook is free to read online and will answer all these questions and more. is the location of it.

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