If you have genital herpes, It is very painful. You easily pass HSV to you sexual partner,  so  you need to take steps to aviod the herpes virus spread. 

Honestly tell current sexual partners that you have genital herpes. We know it is very diffcult but you have to tell the turth. Even if your partners do not have sores ,you must be responsible for the health of  your sexual partner. Maybe, they want to be tested. The blood test for herpes can be done when no sores are present. You also should tell future partners before having sexual contact

It is possible to pass HSV to someone else even when you do not have sores. The virus can be present on skin that looks normal, including right before and after an outbreak. Using male latex condoms (or polyurethane for those allergic to latex) may reduce your risk of passing or getting HSV, but they do not provide complete protection. Areas of skin that have the virus but are not covered by the condom can spread the infection. Suppressive therapy can reduce the risk of passing the infection to a partner.

Be alert to the prodromal symptoms that signal an outbreak coming on. Avoid sexual contact from the time you feel these symptoms coming on until a few days after the scabs have gone away. Wash your hands with soap and water after any possible contact with sores. This will keep you from reinfecting yourself or passing the virus to someone else.

People with HSV-2 infection have an increased risk of getting human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) if they have sex with an HIV-infected partner. Taking suppressive therapy does not decrease this risk.

Anyhow, living with genital herpes is not easy, but it is not the end dating life. As long as you take positive and effective measures, you can still have the chance and hope to find love. 

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