It's Not The End of The World if You Have Herpes
This website really helped me which is why I wish to give others the same. I was first diagnosed about a week ago with herpes. Before I even went to the doctor, I was pretty sure I knew exactly what it was, although I was lucky enough to have an extremely mild outbreak.
It was definitely a shock and I was pretty upset- it was even harder because I didn't have anyone to talk to, and the doctor was less than supportive to say the least. You never know why this happens or really who for sure gave it to you. Most people have no idea they have it. This STD is unfortunate, but not the end of the world.
One of four women have herpes, and one of five men also have it. I had just started a relationship when I discovered this surprising news and was so scared to lose this amazing guy.
All I could think of was hiding it from him so he wouldn't leave me because of it. I knew I had to tell him eventually BEFORE we engaged in ANY sexual activity. I confessed to him what I had while expecting the worst. He was completely okay with it and told me we would just have to be careful. When you find Mr. or Mrs. Right, they will accept you for you and not judge you on something so insignificant.
Take the suppression pill and you rarely have outbreaks (like one a year). One pill every day for twenty dollars a month and you will live a pretty normal life. Don't give up! You are still you and not defined by this small obstacle. I really hope I gave anyone who took the time to read this some confidence in themselves and their newly discovered situation.