Of course I remember you!! So much has happened, I hope you are well. I have divorced from Ian, in 2009, very sad but that's the way it goes. The children are all happy :) My second eldest daughter is having major spinal surgery on 9th Februray she has scoliosis (curvature of the spine). I'm doing a full time university course. It's Operating Department Practice, what you may call Perioperative Nursing (in the operating theatre) so I'm just never at home! It's 70% placement at the hospital and 30% at university, and I only get 6 weeks off a year! Lots of love xxx
Hi, I was just looking at the std forum and read a comment from you. It said you have hsv1 genital. I was just diagnosed with it, and I just wanted to ask you, have you had any recurrence?? Is youre husband still hsv1 genital negative?? And where there any problems with youre delivery, any special meassures taken? Sorry to bother you but im just trying to learn more. Any reply will be greatly appreciated.
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