Herpes and dating stories
And I wouldn’t be dramatic, just simply say, you need to know something, I have herpes.I control it with medication, but no matter how you slice it, it is what it is.If ok, want to jump on my soapbox for a second, if anyone reading this has herpes, do the right thing, let people know. As far as genital herpes goes, we’re talking 20% of the population.
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But as more people are talking openly about it, she added, "it can be more normalized."Honesty rules Honesty, trust and communication are key components in a relationship — and having an STI doesn't change that, Ruggera said.
Telling a partner about health concerns that can affect him or her is always an imperative, experts said.
To me it didn’t matter – it was now a case of learning to live with it and making things as ‘normal’ as possible.