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Genital Herpes

Also called: Herpes Genitalis, GH

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Hi Seeing as she has multi symptoms I think she would do best under the guidance of an STD/GUM Clinic, the staff are more advanced at giving out good...
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Ejaculation is not the mode of transmission and is not required in order for herpes to spread, but rather that active virus on the skin or mucous...
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Hi This is from medical.mit.edcHow does herpes spread?HSV-1 is spread through contact with saliva, including kissing and mouth-to-genital contact...
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I cannot estimate the likelihood of herpes transmission since there are just too many variables. Some people shed herpes virus even when they do not...
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Hi This piece is from http://newsinhealth.nih.gov/issue/Nov2010/feature2 It’s an uncomfortable topic, but it’s a health issue you should know about...
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Hi just an idea, it could be you have Trichomoniasis vaginalis  Women with trichomoniasis may notice itching, burning.Have you been tested for...
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They are both herpes viruses. Shingles is on ONE SIDE of the body and follows a nerve pathway. Shingles can be on the chest, back, face, buttocks...
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Hi Have a good read of this link, it could answer all your questions.http://goaskalice.columbia.edu/we-both-have-herpes-mdash-so-what-about-oral...
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It is best to never share a razor, especially with someone known to have genital herpes. Razors are cheap....get your own. As far as bar soap is...
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Both. The virus can be spread in both ways.
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If one partner has active herpes, the transmission to another person is possible via direct genital contact, or contact by hands.
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You catch genital herpes during sex, by contact with someone who has the infection on their skin. You are most likely to catch it if your partner has...
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Sex toys can spread STDs, so it would be wise to use new ones or ones that are carefully and thoroughly sanitized. Herpes can remain viable on...
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Maybe. Many people who contract herpes are from partners that do not show any signs of active disease, so most clinicians feel that the herpes virus...
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Water transmission would not be highly unlikely....unless, of course, you are doing more than just bathing in that tub.
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