I had herpes for 14 months now. I have had 2 ob's and my last one was 7 months ago. I started using daily valtrex after my last ob's and started a new relationships since then. I sometimes have prodromes during daily valtrex but no obvious ob's but I abstain sex with my bf.
Yesterday I was with my bf and we had sex 2 times. I didn't have any symptoms at all.
but this afternoon I started feeling like prodromal symptoms down there. it was sore clitoris, shooting pain etc. there isn't obvious ob still but the clitoris is so red. ( I got my 2 obs on the clitorial hood so I think thats my spot)
I was so scarred after I saw my clitoris is sore and so red because my partner is h-free. he tested with WB in the private clinic for sexual health and they said you don't have it.
What are the risk of transmittin if I had ob's after sex? Could I be shed also? :(
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