I've been dating this guy for 7 months. He is great! I fell hard for him since I came out of a bad marriage full of cheating and abuse. I went to the doctor and he did blood work and came out positive for herpes 2. I never had a breakout on my life. Doctor kept telling me to calm down that I have nothing worry about on Thursday I tell him the horrible news and he took it very surprised and he was worry asking a lot of questions we spent an hour on the phone he was telling me about other things he has going on in his life. After that conversation he has not text me or call me I tried to call him twice and doesn't answer me. We have a great chemistry I just don't want to leave things like I want him to tell me he doesn't want to be with me anymore because of my héroe.
Most Helpful Guy
I'm sorry to here this happened to you.. I just recently met a woman online that revealed to me she had HSV.. We had not been intimate, but it was heading that direction.. It took me a second to possess the news, and I spent days researching HSV.. The Emotional and Social stigma of the virus is the worst part.. If this man can't look past a reoccurring skin condition (which this basically is) then he was not the one for you.. I think now is a time to worry less about him, and more about taking care of yourself.. I wish you all the best..3THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
It's so awful that you caught it from someone you trusted in your past relationship. I can't understand why anyone would put their own health at risk let alone their partners. If they want to take risks then that's their perogotive , but it's abhorrent when someone puts another persons health at risk too.
You did the right thing by telling him, and although it's not your fault , he may now be concerned he'll catch herpes from you or something far worse , or he may fear he already has , considering you've been together for 7 months. That would be understandable. Just give him space.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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