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Thank you for responding and your time.
I saw the crusted over bumps on him and trusted when he said he’d been tested and they were normal for him. He got tested afterwards to “prove it to me” and he was positive for herpes. Bad bad judgement on my part and I was more suicidal bc I have to deal with my hesitation and the decision to proceed.
I have not been tested since 6/3,6 weeks after exposure and it was negative.
My nerve pain is just single shocks of pain throughout the day, more recently in the anus but in my vagina and thighs and lower abdomen as well. I’m sorry but I’ve heard a lot and seen a lot of these symptoms on Reddit and support groups so I pretty much went from there.
I now have a single bump that is not sore not itchy on my lower bum. It appeared in the middle of the night and somehow I felt a shock in my sleep and checked and it was there. I check a lot and there were no bumps before.
Also I still have discharge and my cervix will itch every once in a while.
I will get tested next week. Some people have had a negative for months before testing positive.
I spent 7 weeks after that encounter crying stressed and depressed barely existing (psychotic manic episode with psychoaches) and kept thinking my symptoms may be psychosomatic until they never stopped and him being positive with visible bumps, 2 small clusters, makes me sure it’s been transmitted. If he wasn’t positive i wouldn’t think I had herpes bc I have no sores.
Herpes is a virus of the nerves so why would you not believe all nerve pain even throughout the rest of My body would be from hsv2?
So transmission is basically a guarantee when crusted sores are present?
(Penetration lasted hours)
I believe I may have Ohsv2 as well and wanted to know if my upper body symptoms could be from that? Like headaches and occasional stings in face/eyes/ear canals
Is my transmission high now bc I have low antibodies and am not on antivirals?
What about the cervicitis?(dilated cervix)