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... I was diagnosed with genial herpes almost 20 years ago and really it has been textbook with outbreaks. ... (1 replies)
... ng your first outbreak before your body built up antibodies and can't be reinfected. According to Terri Warren's herpes handbook, it is possible but rare to be reinfected with same virus. ... (8 replies)
... I am sorry you are dealing with this but it is more then likely the same strain. With the virus it lies dormant in your spine and travels down the nerve to the genital region so when you have an OB it could be anywhere from the front to the back. ... (1 replies)

Oral to Genital?
Apr 17, 2008
... If you had herpes since childhood, you cannot get reinfected in another location. ... (7 replies)
... some minor variation. Is this the same for others you have talked to? ... (9 replies)
... I also found that same information. ... (40 replies)
Suspected herpes
Feb 19, 2011
... I am not an expert but I have had HSV2 for 11 years and have a lot of knowledge about the virus .. ... (1 replies)
New here.....
May 8, 2004
... just listen. Really. Just listen and try to understand. And try not to pressure her for sex right now. It takes a while to feel like you know what's going on with your body and how to predict an ob. ... (9 replies)
Coldsore
Aug 15, 2009
... If you've been getting cold sores for a while, your body has immunity to getting re infected with the same virus. The chance of you getting reinfected genitally is very small. It could only happen if you have unusually weak immune system. ... (3 replies)
Type 1 and Type 2
Mar 10, 2010
... bodies then it reconizes the fact that you have the virus so , if you have say HSV2 then it is very highly unlikely that you would be reinfected again even with a different type... ... (5 replies)
... nfections can sometimes occur to any part of the body when there is an open cut or sore or other break in the skin there. As a person will sometimes touch a sore with their hands, their hands can be the place a herpes outbreak appears. ... (5 replies)
Why is it...?
Feb 21, 2004
... k is better than wiping back to front, so i would say when you have an OB on your genitals and you pee just to blot, straight up and down. Don't touch down twice with the same piece of TP, just blot it so as not to spread it at all. ... (2 replies)
... are depends on your own physical system more than the virus itself. I'm not a health professional but that's my understanding from what I've read from numerous sources. ... (1 replies)
... you have significantly less to worry about, as they can't be reinfected in the same place. ... (7 replies)
... Unfortunately there is no cure for this and you will have it for life but there are treatments such as Valtrex that will aid in suppressing the virus and outbreak.If you do have it then you can continue on with oral sex because you cannot get reinfected. ... (2 replies)
... The virus will always follow the same nerve path that it originally followed when moving in your body, so your outbreaks will be in the same spot, or very close, that you had your primary ob. You will not get it orally if you were infected only genitally. ... (2 replies)
... In short, i don't think you can become 'reinfected'. Supposedly, once you have the antibodies for herpes, it stays with you for life. Those antibodies maybe able to help fight off another exposure. If the virus is dormant for years, many things can trigger an OB. ... (5 replies)
... from what i've read so far i don't see many if at all, couples with HSv2 one partner has it the other doesn't. I would think the only real concern would be starting an infection somewhere else on the body you don't have it. ... (5 replies)


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