See our Privacy Policy and Third Party Partners to learn more about the use of data and your rights. Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.What I want is open communications and honesty and then having a relationship that continues that way with just that one person.....that asking too much?

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To say her life is over or who'd want her because she has the genital equivilent of a coldsore seems a bit melodramatic. Perhaps if I was somehow 0 certain that I'd end up marrying her at some point I would have gone that extra mile but casually dating someone isn't reason enough for me unfortunately.dated a lady for a while that was afraid she had picked up the virus from a former partner. enough cannot be said for the need to be careful with yourself and your partners. If the worst happens, then you're the one having to explain to your partner what you have, what the risks are, etc., etc.

Maybe your friend should educate herself on the virus. but nothing more The closest I would have come to that was when I was a teenager and got chickenpox.. I don't want something similar in the more sensitive areas among the other things the virus does... she is pre-disposed to cold sores and it scared her to think it was possible she had it. Then, of course, there are those who don't bother telling anyone.

Yes they were brave enough to tell me and I would thank them that they did, but I would most likely be honest and say nothing would happen because of it. I know THREE PEOPLE who got genitlal herpes by their selfish prick-of-a-person partner who never gave them the chance to DECIDE how they would safeguard themselves from it.

I'm a very clean healthy person and would expect the same of whoever a potential partner may be. I know TWO PEOPLE who got it from oral-genital stimulation (and no, I never gave it to anyone, lol).

Since one in four women have herpes and one in five men have it, it seems only natural that you would discuss it and your choices as you would with any other disease that your partner could or could not receive by sharing body fluids with you on all levels in all places and at all times.....

Just my opinion....I respect each woman who has shared that with me first and let me make that decision on my end.....

wow that would be a tuff call ......first thing i would do is appreciate and applaud them fer their honesty in telling me.....for what i would do then......well, i havent been in that situation before so i dont really know how i would handle it..........well, my best friend was getting married to her so called man of her dreams...was sleeping around on her from a girl he met at a bar..then caught herpes and passed it on to my friend...situation is a little far from yours...all I can do is be her friend because she was the victim.... Did you know that 1 in 4 women and 1 in 5 men have it?

In this case she did not deserve this to happen to her..I stand by her and support her the best I can. She is beautiful, young, and at the top of her modeling career, the only thing that upsets her now is who is gonna want her??? About 20% of the women don't even know they have it because they've never had an outbreak.

sure the books I saw pictures of had rather bad cases, not everyone gets it that bad and outbreaks aren't usually all that often but if there is that chance.. ....why, because it is an incurable condition, and eventually it can be passed over!!!