I recently found out my wife has been cheating on me with someone whom has genital herpes. I am awaiting results from my blood test. When cornering my wife on getting checked she admitted that she already had 4 months prior to the affair and the test came back that she had herpes. She claimes that she thought I gave it to her or that she caught it from a partner prior to being married to her. I don't believe her. I think affair has been going on longer than she admitting to or she has had another affair sometime during our marriage. We have been married 9 years and have two children. Last fall my wife had a partial historectomy. Wouldn't there have been an STD test with my wife's pregnancys or her historectomy? Thanks
Saw ur post while posting mine - guess problem with herpes is that it can be asymptomatic for a while and then flare up -- hence going for the test.... If there were no overt symptoms there would be no indication to test for HSV for both pregnancy and her hysterectom........ unfortunately.........
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