Hola chica......there was a picture of me...everyone got it...i dnt wanna say what i was doing because it was so inappropriate. I was so high. what can i do to stop people from receiving it! I mean ...
I once had some bumps down there that i thought were herpes, my doctor wasnt sure so referred me to a nurse who thought it was but tested it with a swab from the sores. the tests came back negative ...
Me and my girl have been together for five years. She just found out she has herpes from an outbreak with all the signs, swollen glands and sores and feeling ill. And then another outbreak about two ...
Most likely no,but that does not neccessarily mean it cant happen.It could be that you may have had an outbreak before but it was not as serious as the one now.I would look back @ 6 months or less.That should give you a pretty good idea,but def. check with a doctor.Good Luck.
Honestly you can carry the virus for your whole life .. be asyptomatic.. meaning u have no symptoms and still have the virus... but usually takes abouut anywhere from 3 months to 10 years for the virus to beome active and degrade your body slowly but surely ... which means is you have any suspicion of having the virus... you should get checked immediately!! that way if you have the virus the living with the virus could be somewhat easier.. if you had not detected it earlier.
yes you could have it your hole life and never no it, most of the time you will only have out breaks when your immune system is low or stress and really the only time you can spread it is when your having a out break
I've had herpes for 5yrs now and honestly I've only had like 5 outbreaks, 1 a yr. So, I am sure there are people that dont get any outbreaks or they do and they mistaken it with a pimple. I don't know about 9yrs thats a long time but, then again anything is possible. Good luck!
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yes you can have it for 9 yrs,some people have it and have never had an outbreak
you can have it and never have an outbreak so you wouldn't ever know.
If one has not been tested for it, and has had no breakouts, one could theoretically carry the virus indefinitely without knowing it.
People can have one outbreak and never have another, but still transmit it to someone else. So, yes - someone could not know they had it - ever.