80% of us have HSV1 (cold sores & sometimes genital)
16-30% of us have HSV2 (genital herpes) [20-35% in women]
90% of us don't know it.
So yes, at least 1 in 6 people reading this already have HSV2. [estimated 1 in 5 women in the US under age 45.]
But again, most of us don't know it.
Why? Most people don't have symptoms, or don't notice them. It's not included in the standard STD screening, unless you're pregnant or actually ask to be tested. Heck it wasn't even considered a real disease until a drug company decided they could sell antivirals by making us scared of it.
A good place to start is the American Social Health Association
Their FAQ is quite good.
This profile is a public service announcement. I'm still working on the content.
However, the guy writing it would like to meet an attractive, intelligent young lady. So we will see how my edits come along, and you're more than welcome to drop a line.
Me, I'm a guy. Complex, meaningful, generally considered a solid fellow. I have herpes. Let's talk about something that actually matters.
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