I am assuming HSV2 is the genital type but what I don't get is, me and my partner have been together for 8 months and we both suddenly get symptoms of the virus? I'm very confused, before anyone says anything, we are faithful and I know for sure he hasn't been playing away. I'm pretty sure I have not had it before and he hasn't had outbreaks in the past. It just started recently. He experienced symptoms first about a month ago and was diagnosed with the virus, then 3 days ago I get the symptoms. I haven't been diagnosed but I'm pretty positively sure that its Herpes. So anyway, I've had a problems with BV (bacterial vaginosis) having had two in one year. I seem to have got it at the same time as the HSV2 virus. Is there a link between the two? or is it just that you can get it form having an outbreak due to lack of immune response? helpful answers only please, I fully understand there are "perfect" people out there that have vaginas that smell like roses.. :)
It's HSV 2. He took a test for herpes because he was getting all the symptoms. I looked it up and told him to ask for the test and it came up positive. The doctor said the virus was detected. My doctor prescribed me aciclovir tablets and I'm taking metronidazole for BV. Is there a chance it us something else because there's an odor? I just don't get why it's happening at same time. Seems to coincidental to me :/
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