" HSV one is incredibly common and most people get it when they’re young. They’re exposed to it by kisses from someone in their family or even among other children. Many people don’t have any symptoms whatsoever but because it’s so common..."
" The IgG test isn’t perfect. It’s actually a really good test for HSV two, picking up around 92% of infections. The antibodies for the strain easier for the test recognize. You should wait though at least 12 weeks past the last time you ..."
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