My best friend was just diagnosed with Genital Herpes. She was with a guy for almost five months and just recently felt comfortable enough to not wear condoms (even though it's not completely secure). Anyway, come to find out the guy was sleeping with other women, and told my friend a week ago that a girl he messed with was positive for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. So my friend has type 2 diabetes and her sugar has been high which caused her a yeast infection. She went to the Dr and while she was there she told them she was exposed to those two STD's, tested positive and was treated. The medications to those two STD's caused her first outbreak. The DR told her she was just infected within the past 14 days. This guy was the only man she's been with since her husband left her. Her blood tests and things came back negative when she tested right before her baby was born.
She calls this guy and tells him that she has herpes. And he basically didn't care and ignored her for days. So when she sees him online, she messages him and tells him they needed to talk, he goes on to say that about 4 years ago a girl tells him about 4 months after they were sexually involved that she has herpes and he was tested and it came back negative. He tests every 3 months and he is negative. But he was the only person she was sleeping with and her ex-husband does not have herpes.
I read somewhere, where a man accused his fiance of cheating because she had herpes but he didn't, his tests always came back negative. Came to find out after 3 different doctors that he was the carrier and gave it to her. And there was a comment of a girl saying the very same thing.
Could this be true. I know you can't really tell where a person got the virus from. But I believe this man knowingly gave this disease to my friend. She is still trying to deal with it, but I guess she wants answers. Like will she be able to have more children? And how can she go about this without affecting anyone else?
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