so I should contact your clinic during normal business hours to make arrangements for a western blot ?
thank you for the reference to the Johnson UofW study, the medical discussion is too technical for me to
completely follow but I think you answered my main question in your previous response. One followup
question I do have is if I still test positive, what are the normal recommended dosages for
shedding suppression for both acyclovir and/or valtrex? (since I don’t have outbreaks)
if I still test positive, I guess I am still wondering if there is any way to determine how long
ago I acquired it….and trying to understand if there is enough difference in 1 yr vs 3 yr vs 5 yr vs
even longer ago that the shedding would have decreased enough to have any real impact on lowering the
transmission risk….I do understand that the risk does not go to zero….and maybe there isn’t really
much difference between 1% risk and 2% risk…
if I still test positive, is there any practical way outside of a lab environment to determine when I am
if I still test positive, are there other medical conditions that a potential new partner of mine could have that
would put them more at risk of any more serious complications if they did get infected?
thank you for all this site information and your informed responses