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I have read that the longer one has the virus, the less potent it becomes. Is this true? I've had hsv2 for about 35 years. I'm wondering what the chances are I could pass to someone if I am taking daily valtrex for suppression and following a diet that is recommended for anyone with hsv2.
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Posted on Dec 15, 2021
also read that too, also read that the shingles shot , may also repress the out break of genital herpes too
Posted on Sep 25, 2021
I decided to take the acyclovir in order to reduce the chances of outbreaks (only had the initial one) and also to reduce the shedding. I wish there were more definitive answers on this. The medical community sees it as low risk in terms of other STI’s but the public perception is still not great.
Posted on Sep 21, 2021
I have read the same as well, I read that over time if consistently suppressed the antibodies die off.
Posted on Sep 19, 2021
I have read there is still a small chance of transmitting the virus, even when you are not having an outbreak. STDcounselor, isn't that true?