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It was through conversations with her life coach that Dr. If it's not something you are into, no big deal — let's not waste any time; I will go ahead and move on.' And I actually found that once I had that approach, most of the gentlemen that I was dating didn't even care... No, great, let's go for it.'"Of course, that doesn't mean that every conversation you have will be easy, nor does that mean you will feel confident every time you have the conversation. Loanzon says that her book details some of the mistakes she has made along the way as she learned how to talk about the virus.Loanzon learned how to express herself, and through real life practice, she too learned that it really didn't affect anything. Loanzon's book describes the many ways she communicated her virus with partners; she told me she'd simply say, "'Hey, this is what I have. They were like, 'No big deal, don't a million people have it? But the point is that your sex and love life are far from over — especially because there are safe ways to continue having sex."The most important thing is to talk to your partner," says Dr. "Speaking about sexual history is really important.The virus is not only passed by a person with an outbreak and evident ulcers. Loanzon and most people who have the virus, one of the most difficult parts of navigating the diagnosis is learning how to divulge your status to a new partner or love interest."People can just have viral shedding and not even know about it, and that's how it is getting passed along," says Dr. Herpes is treated by our society and by our popular culture as one of the worst things that can happen to a sexually active person; if you have the virus, it is a sign that you are "tarnished" and will struggle to find love.And that is daily dosing of an antiviral mediation, which can help decrease viral shedding significantly so that your partner wont end up being exposed.""The misconception is that people with herpes are promiscuous, dirty people," says Dr.Loanzon, but as she can attest, "I had been a virgin of sexual intercourse when I was 20 years old.
And I have the unique distinction of having lived for several years with misdiagnosed HSV2 and have dated and been (intensely) sexually involved with herpes infected partners. When the rash recurred I rushed to see my personal physician.She has already heard from many readers who see themselves in her story: "We're all having the same experience, yet nobody is talking about it. [If] you ended up [getting] herpes, we can choose to grow from it or we can crumble underneath the diagnosis," she says.One of my girlfriends who is a plastic surgeon just told me, 'Several years ago, breast cancer was a taboo thing, and now everybody knows someone who has breast cancer.' I'd really like to move [herpes] into that commonplace topic."While herpes is her platform, Dr. "It is about self-worth and self-love," she says, and how she learned to accept herself regardless of how others interpreted her health status. "Herpes can be a curse that can just upend a person, but it can slingshot you into so much more emotional growth than [you] can even expect...This stigmatization of herpes creates internalized shame in anybody who has the virus.
But why can't people start recognizing herpes for what it is — an extremely common virus that says nothing about the person who has it?It makes you a person with one of the most common viruses in the population. If you have herpes, there are lots of way to lessen the symptoms of the virus. "Generally in medicine, we recommend people who have more than six outbreaks a year be put on daily suppression.