group dinner dating - Dating a single mom with herpes

by  |  09-Oct-2015 08:22

When symptoms occur soon after a person is infected, they tend to be severe.They may start as small blisters that eventually break open and produce raw, painful sores that scab and heal over within a few weeks.

I am still alive and although I'm in physical pain from my symptoms, I know they will eventually subside.

When they do, the pain of what's happened won't be so apparent and I can move on with my life.

None seem to be anywhere as severe as you've described and for that reason, Todd suggested that you may want to consider seeing a specialist: an immunologist.

To address your question about not wanting to pass this painful virus onto someone else, I completely understand.

However, I also feel that the pertinent thing to keep in mind here is that the symptoms you are having are not "normal" (without trying to make you feel "abnormal").

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