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An_208386 posted:
so i think i have HSV-2.. and am really really scarred.. i was always safe about who i've i dated .Always asked about the sexually history ..i just separated from my ex 8 months ago and started back up with him 3 months ago ,we were together for 9yrs so walking away was not so easy ... but now i have lil dots in my mouth and am so so angry and embarrassed that i cant even look at myself and the bad thing is  he doesn't what to get back together ... i feel so hurt and confessed i don't know what to do ? 
I've read just about everything there is on HSV-2.. and i cant still bring myself to belive it ,,and the worst thing is i cant even think of kiss my kid.. 
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betsyo1967 responded:
odds are these dots in your mouth aren't hsv2. odds are they aren't even herpes related.

have you been to be seen yet? sitting at home worrying isn't helpful. you need seen in a timely manner for a proper exam.

were you both tested for std's prior to resuming your relationship? if not, make sure you get it done now so you know if you have to be thinking std's or not in the future.
Talking about std testing is NORMAL and something we all should be doing EVERY TIME before we have sex with a new partner :)


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