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Status, love life, & experience

Apart frm discussing health can we discuss about our love life,  status (wheather looking for a partner or not), relationship, experience?
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Hello.
I'm looking for a partner who would understand the health condition I'm in. It's hard to find a relationship and telling that person you have the disease (not by choice). How do we ever find love?
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That is why we need to write everywhere so they Release HBV cures faster to have a normal life back. I dont even remember what it is anymore. Just try to work and not think about anything.

Being along is not so bad. Study Buddhist philosophy how the Chinese monks lived along and were fine.

We need to press for a cure. Replicor with Rep9 has it working. That should be our focus.
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Hi, saveinearth (sorry 4 not calin u ur real name 'lostinearth') my name is omotola. I am a male. 33yrs of age. Lives in Nigeria. I discovered u frm ur contribution to my previous post  "status, love life & experience". Would u Let me have u as a friend? Friendship makes  reltationship to b more rooted base on understanding gaind frm it.  Let me have information abt u too( ur real name, ur name on d facebook & description of ur profile pic so dat i dont add a wrong person. Where u live, how old u are, ur religion). I also nid a frd to exchange experience with in friendship sombody i can always talk to and pour my heart to.                      Pls b4 i go let make u understand dat u are beautiful as u are. No matter what God loves and He cares 4 u. He never caused it but He allowed it for a purpose. Pls no matter what, b in charge of ur situation b strong and b positive to ur self  in ur words, attitude and thought. Call ur self something wonderful bc u are important and special.  I assure u there might b a cure very soon. I am on a research concerning a plant which i base my self on. Even an hepatologist could not believe seeing d results of tests and have less than one and the half yrs to conclude. It might b what d whole world is waiting 4.    And pls... B positive to ur self. Bye  
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sometimes , it is very very different to live with HBV when it comes to seeking a life partner. It seems we as a hbv carrier have less choice and we cannot control our future life.
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in order to have a life we need to persuade drug companies to roll out hbv cures - better treatments faster, and change the way clinical trials are done.

Then we can think about love life or a normal life. It will come back naturally.

I have stopped thinking about love life. Just live like a budhist monk. I suggest some you read up on that philosophy - maybe it will help you emotionally to reach some kind of inner peace.
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I think it depends on where you are in life. I am married and have children. I am still intimate with my wife. My children and my wife are vaccinated. Life does not end because you have been diagnosed with Hep B. Most people can live long normal lives... So live life and enjoy today. Dwelling on when cures will be released and reading study after study or Reading all of VeteranB's posts will not do you any good. Be informed but don't let it overwhelm your world.
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Unfortunately, I have no love life. I wish I did.. having a normal life would help me have a love life as well. Granted, after I learned about my Hep B (and was in the worst part of it in my life), I dated 2 women. 1 knew about it and a few months later, decided she didn't want to do anything with me any more... the other did not know about it, but I knew she was vaccinated so I opted not to tell her so she would not freak out.

In the meantime, I try to live as much of a normal life as I can with my friends and such. I am a little older (37) so dating is becoming a little scarce for me now. I wish they would develop the cure already so I can get on with life and not have this worry about "what if I infect this person... what if she sues me because of it?" etc.
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I feel you guys. But trust me some women they don't care for Hbv like my wife. When I met her I told her about my case after feeling comfortable and she was ok with it. I made sure she took the vaccine before Any serious dating and because I care for her and now we are married and have 2 beautiful boys and also vaccinated. I'm 36 years old and pray to live long so I can see my kids graduating and marrying. I really hope so as everytime I look at my boys (1 year old and 3 year old) I cry of the unknown and what if on my next ultrasound will have ... It is depressing mood
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Hoppe very happy life for all of you.
Ian 32 married woman,I had great. Choke when I knew that I am ill hbv also my husband,but after that.it was my husband who supported me and loves me more and want to get more children with me,now we have 2,don't be sad all. Of you will find love and you will find a comprehensive person who believe that we. Are victims
good life for all of you
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Different name same person... Geez veteranB gets banned now we get a prophet!!!!  If your posts weren't always the same rhetoric we might not have known it was you but here you again posting the same information on every topic! Here I hav an idea for you. Go get a big sign and walk around in front of these big pharmaceutical  companies boycotting them!!!
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It's ok Dmach.
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GOD help us!
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with all respect guys I didn't see any non respect posts from VeteranB. We are here to freely express opinion and if VeteranB doesn't like nucs that doesn't mean he is banned unless there is other reasons that I'm not aware off
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Yes, we are free to express opinions, but we are not free to express false information. There is a difference between "I don't like NUCs" and "NUCs are dangerous for you". He is disruptive by being off-topic and repetitive. In the pursuit of his own agenda, he had shown scant respect for others.
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I wasn't following much as I'm new to the forum so won't make any judgement and leave it to moderator
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I'm like the others at the same boat 34 y male,, trying to start a new relationship & starting a family but afraid to tell her that  I'm a HBV carrier, really this situation makes me nervous day & night  just thinking about the consequences of telling the truth ,,, God Help Us
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I emailed Replicor  ,, they replied to me ,, NO medications  will release till next 3years  as minimum expectation
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To seza81: true love is fearless, she who fears is not made perfekt in love. u just nid to tell d truth. Think abt it. It is better to leave u now than to have a broken home in d future. If she cannot stay with u on health issue now. What of if trouble comes in d future at other aspekt of life. I bet u, she wi leave u in dat marriage. Somebody is out there who wi accept u d way u are. Marry someone who loves u dear.
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Yes, you are right, but the problem I'm really nervous about this situation,looking around to my friends with their kids,,really make my upset  I swear I'm thinking about this moment day after day, but I know I'll tell her soon, I'm trying just to prepare myself about it. if she refuse probably I'll leave my country forever.
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Actually I would stand there with you. I have no problem with your opinion on big pharma. I have an issue with every thread being hi jacked by you.. The OP posted a simple question. Answer it and move along. If you want to start a thread on big pharma then do that!!!
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Actually I would stand there with you. I have no problem with your opinion on big pharma. I have an issue with every thread being hi jacked by you.. The OP posted a simple question. Answer it and move along. If you want to start a thread on big pharma then do that!!!
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...Just b in charge of ur situation. And b   to ur self. See urself special and important.
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