"I always use condoms with new partners, even if they have a clean STD test. Trust is earned for me in every aspect of a relationship, and so that means condoms too. Statistically, even with a negative partner, the chance of me transmitti..."
"You need to see your doctor if concerned. But as Grace stated, the exposure you had was not a risk for herpes, or any STD. Licking a breast, or cunnilingus for 2 seconds is not going to transmit herpes, even if she did have it."
In 10/2011 i went in for a pap and had my usual STD testing which included hetpeselect, a few days after my pap my gyn called and told me i was positive for hsv2 and negative for hsv 1. In 05/2012 i went to an allergy and immunology doctor and was sent to a lab for several blood tests: iga, igm, ige, igg and a few other tests and they all came back negative. My question is if i tested positive for hsv 2 previously should my igg test be positive also? P.s. i have never had any out breaks only a rash which was treated with nystatin/triamcinolone
I would ask her but it was mostly a one time thing and it isn't the type of thing to really ask. I have had many a female partner to know that what I felt was not "normal". So, I am more curious about the previous questions than any further acts with her. I appreciate the input. Thanks
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