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I feel like you did not hear or do not believe anything I have said here.
No, I do not feel that you acquired HSV 2 orally in this manner.
Once more – you did not give your daughter HSV 2 from sharing a drink. And why would you jump to giving her HSV 2 orally vs HSV 1 which is far more likely to be shed from the mouth than HSV 2?
She likely is not displaying signs of herpes at all if it is lasting 8 long weeks.
No one has a value of .000. All results have a value. It is inherent in the test. This test has a high rate of false positives in children and is never recommended to be done in children.
You need to get a grip here. Your reactions are emotional and not reflecting the science behind herpes transmission. Your daughter is only 11 and is counting on your good sense. Please think carefully about this.
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