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I got herpes three year ago. And I find a really good man at a  website.So confused me,he want to have a date with me after a long chatting. but I am worried about how to deal with it ,because he suffered another STD ,HIV/AIDS.So I want to know is it possible we each catch both HSV-2 and HIV. I don't want to give up this chance.Because it is a long time I have no BF after I know I have this damn herpes. I am going to herpesmingle.com to chat with him, so hurry up give me some ideas.We both in NY United States now. Maybe we will meet tomorrow.Hurry. Looking forward yours answers,many thanks here.

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lemonie

8 years ago

Wow.
Wrong web-site really, people make things around here.
Still, if you're thinking of making love with this guy, there'll be enough people on herpesmingle.com to give you advice I should think.

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Kiteman

8 years ago

1. Viruses that are only transmitted by intimate activities do not stop you dating. Kissing is not normally considered a risk activity for the transmission of HIV or genital herpes.

2. After a few dates, if you feel like taking things further, talk to a doctor, preferably taking your "good man" along with you.

3. Even if you don't take things any further, still go talk to a doctor, since this general situation could happen again, and it would be good to be prepared in advance. As orksecurity says, free medical advice on the internet is frequently worth less than you pay for it.

(4. Good luck with things, however they turn out)

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orksecurity

8 years ago

I'm afraid the best advice I can give you is "ask your doctor how bad the risks are and how best to minimize them." My understanding is that yes, each of you is at risk of catching the other's disease if you exchange bodily fluids... but I AM NOT A DOCTOR, AND FREE MEDICAL ADVICE ON THE INTERNET ISN'T WORTH WHAT YOU PAID FOR IT.