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Did your partner tell you about herpes diagnosis? Herpes is one of society's most common viral infections, but everyone has different reactions and myths about it. Remember that your response will cause fear and panic in the other person.

Moreover, more than 80 percent of patients have genital herpes but are unaware of its symptoms. Herpes is an STD infection, and you need to show some responsibility toward your sexual health and decision respect. It is a widespread disease and is transmitted through skin-to-skin contact. Check the free Herpes Support Groups nearby.

Now you know that you are dating a person who has herpes. So here are some essential factors to understand and react to accordingly.

Dating a person with herpes positive

When you know that your person has herpes, you may have some questions. For example, how to minimize the chances of transmission and take protective measures to stay healthy and live a long-term relationship?

Before all these factors, ensure to react wisely as it is a widespread disease. So if you are a heterosexual couple, women will catch HSV-2 from the other partner. According to studies of 100 heterosexual couples, only males have genital herpes.

There are different myths about herpes in society, and it causes HIV phobia in many people. Keep in mind that it is a contiguous virus that spread quickly but didn't cause deadly symptoms.

Precautions when you are dating herpes positive partner

Here are some essential factors to consider when you know your partner has a herpes-positive diagnosis. These preventive measures are for a long-term relationship with a herpes partner. 

Use precautions in physical relation

Some herpes patients have visible symptoms in both HIV 1 and HIV 2 types. So if your partner has visible signs, cover the affected area. It will help to reduce the transmission risks from one person to another. 

Take medications regularly

Once you get the virus, it will remain in your body for the rest of your life. So there is no cure for the herpes virus, but you can treat it with antibiotic medications. Some common drugs like acyclovir and many more inhibit DNA synthesis. Ensure you visit your healthcare provider regularly and follow the prescribed medicines. 

Adopt healthy life 

The best way to support your partner is to take care of a healthy life. A healthy lifestyle will help to keep the immune system strong. Ensure to quit smoking and get enough sleep for better health conditions. (Click to see the guide for rebuilding your romantic private life: Herpes Dating Site)

Ensure to practise abstinence during visible symptoms

Every herpes patient has different symptoms; some people don't even have visible signs. However, when your partner has active symptoms, then ensure to practice abstaining from physical relations. 

Herpes outbreak is uncomfortable and painful, so you have to be polite with your partner. 

We hope this guide will help you if your partner has herpes or you are dating someone who has herpes. Positive Singles will provide you with all the details that you are looking for about herpes. MyPositiveSingles or Positivesingless.com has all the information that you need. 

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