By lowlife123 - / Tuesday 1 May 2012 03:01 / United States - Manawa
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  _ebbonyy  |  11

87- that's gross, I wouldn't enter a relationship knowing that my partner would give me herpes D: don't know what kind of upbringing you've had but I'd like to think people use more commonsense.

  niplipsip  |  8

106 - are you fucking serious? they have a disease.. it's not like they said hey let me get some herpes and leave it right here. I don't believe you're questioning someone's upbringing based on the fact that they'd still possibly love a person despite their physical circumstance.

so shut the hell up, and simply stick to your own opinion.

  Cheesecakee  |  11

112- i totally agree...i actually know two people that got herpes from being raped and one has been married for 40+ years without passing it so its possible to have a healthy relationship and everything and saying its gross to be with someone who has it is ignorant. What if you were already with that person and you ended up in this situation would you just stop loving them?

  xxmckenzierae  |  5

106 - she could have been in love with that boyfriend. He might have cheated on her then transferred it back to her. It's not always that persons fault because they are "dirty" or anything like that.


std means sexually transmitted disease. Sti means sexually transmitted infection. diseases and infections are completely different. u cAn cure an infection with antibiotics...but a disease doesn't have a cure. even something that helps doesn't kill it, it only keeps it at bay. plus a disease is a virus, so there completely different on a cellular level too.

  danya9901  |  3

No.. Health issues with sexual organs due to sex have always been called STD's. Health professionals NOW(and in the past few years) refer to them as STI's. Because it makes more sense. Gonorrhoea is not a disease. Its an infection. They aren't diseases at all really.

  cmyk  |  19

Does'nt help with a condom when you got herpes im afraid. Only thing you can do is wait it out with abstinence.
In extreme and rare cases herpes breaks out all over your body, even your scalp and eyes.
A herpes sore on your lip can give someone genitalia herpes, it transfers very similar as how mono does, so from now on be careful with glasses and kissing when you feel am outbreak coming along. Some can be lucky and only get an outbreak once, but others can get it every month as stress and even getting your period sometimes triggers it to break out.

Im sorry op, there are creams to sooth the pain, even pills that might help. Talk to your doctor as quick as possible!

  MedKits  |  9

49 is correct. Also note that the herpes virus can still transfer during sexual contact even when the virus is not manifesting physically on the skin.

  cmyk  |  19

It is the same virus, but different variations of it, so it can actually go from mouth to genitalia. It's called hsv-1 and hsv-2, and they can overlap each other giving you both by a person with oral herpes. (why you do not go down on another person while having an outbreak)
Genitalia herpes is not as common as oral herpes though.

If you dont believe me, heres one of many links I found whih explains it; www.webmd.com/genital-herpes/guide/genital-herpes-basics

  daminantion  |  14

I have herpetic Keratitis. A strain of herpes that instead of bursting my lip or nose, went through my iris and cornea. Happened firs when I was 3 years old; every 7 years it reawakens and I have to be in complete darkness for a week.. Best of luck OP.

  mybright  |  8

Specifically, in Wisconsin, you can sue him if you can prove he knew he had it and knowingly was 'intimate' with you without informing you of the risks of engaging with him while he's infected. Call a personal I jury attorney and they will file right away for you!

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