Dating someone who gets cold sores
They also need to plan out what (and how) to test on the next “The overall prevalence of genital herpes is likely higher than 16.2%, because an increasing number of genital herpes infections are caused by HSV-1. For example, the University of Wisconsin did a 9-year study which ended in 2003 that showed that during those 9 years, 78% of the new genital herpes infections which came through their clinic were HSV-1, not HSV-2.
Increases in genital HSV-1 infections have been found in patient populations worldwide.” HSV-1 numbers are actually available. So, their HSV-2 and genital herpes statistics still match, when it’s impossible for them to actually do so. It’s also worth mentioning that Oral HSV and HSV-1 are all but nonexistent on the CDC site. Another research project in Nova Scotia, Canada revealed that, of women under age 30 who had genital herpes, 73.7% were due to HSV-1.
So it's possible to pass the flu on before you even know you're sick.
They keep attempting to apply other people’s statistics to their own of what “herpes” is.
Statistics can be pretty confusing – especially herpes statistics. Mainly because they all include the term “have herpes”, while they’re all talking about completely different things. So, you simply cannot measure “Genital Herpes” prevalence via blood testing; such a test can only determine that the Herpes Simplex Virus is present, in some nerve, somewhere in your body. the determination was made and explain the limitations: that most, but not all HSV-2 infections are genital and that exact location can’t be determined by such testing.
In less crowded places, the incidence is lower, for example less than half of university entrants in Britain have been infected.
Type 2 HSV infections occur mainly after puberty, and are often transmitted sexually.