Dating herpes someone
I kinda said it as a joke but she said she had made it a point to see me right away so we could have sex or end the relationship.I immediately kissed her and we headed to the bedroom. She got dressed almost right after and said she had to go.She was upset and was worried I would leave immediately and I felt so bad she had to go through this all.I assured her I’m not going anywhere and it didn’t change anything at all in my mind.Edit: thank you all so incredibly much for your information and personal accounts. I grew up in a cornfield and have seen a doctor maybe five times in my life, so I don't know anything about healthcare. It has helped tremendously I truly truly appreciate it! So a marketing campaign was launched to build a market for this medicine. Since they raised the age limit to 44 does that mean I can just walk into a clinic and schedule an appointment for an HPV vaccine?? It was HPV strain positive (or whatever the term is). I hadn’t realized they raised they age to 44 for the vaccine.
When she arrived I offered her some wine but she asked if we could just have coffee. She explained that she really wanted to pursue a relationship with me but before we “consummated” our relationship she needed to tell me that she had Herpes.
She said she needed to share something with me that was important and wanted to do it in person. I began to think about the woman I had met who had not spread it to her husband for 18 years and what I had read on the internet.
She basically echoed the same story that her ex-husband had never contracted it and she was taking Valtrex. She said she would totally understand if I didn’t want to be with her.
I have a much better understanding of what the position I’m in really means than when I was just trying to google on my own so thank you all cause certain cancers (oral, vaginal, cervical, penile, uterine, colon, and anal. If you have not had it already, please consider getting the HPV vaccine. It decreases the number of outbreaks dramatically and shortens break out time. Cuz that'd be cool Bravo for making a pitch for the HPV vaccine. My dad died at age 58 from cancer he was diagnosed with and beat 5 years prior. As a married woman pushing 40 who has only really ever had one sex partner (and don’t anticipate any change in the future), would it be silly for me to get the vaccine?
The CDC recently raised the age limit for the HPV vaccine to 44, although most insurances still follow the old age limit, which is 26. It also is 80% effective in preventing the chance of spreading during sex during non outbreak times with no protection (I hope that makes sense. There is a show called Adam Ruins Everything (it's on Netflix) and he does an episode on sex which he covers Herpes. Hijacking top comment to inform how herpes was not stigmatized until the late ~70s. Although I am over the 44 year age recommendation, my insurance covered it no questions asked with a co-pay of per shot.
We spoke over the next couple of days where she revealed she was about to go on a cruise with some friends and would be gone for 5 days.