HERPES – Do You Have To Tell Somebody You Have It BEFORE Sex?
I just received an email from a listener & I had to post it in a blog. Please comment below because he will be looking out for the responses. But he has herpes and he feels like he doesn’t have to tell the person he his going to have sex with for the 1st time that he has it immediately. Check out his email & please comment below.
CRAZY RIGHT?!?!? Comment below.
Since we are on the topic, here are a few facts about herpes.
During the first attack, the early symptoms of genital herpes include the following:
- Fever & flu-like symptoms.
- Nausea or feeling sick.
- Muscle aches.
- Painful urination.
- Tingling, burning or itching sensation in the area where blisters will appear.
How long does it take for a herpes outbreak to go away?
In some cases, it can take 2 – 3 weeks to heal completely. Subsequent outbreaks are usually less severe and pass within a few days. Herpes sores typically develop in the following stages: tingling or itching sensation in the affected area – this usually happens in the first 12 – 24 hours.
2 thoughts on “HERPES – Do You Have To Tell Somebody You Have It BEFORE Sex?”
I think he should say something that’s not right at all because with that condom there’s still a chance the other person could get infected.Just don’t have sex if you don’t want anyone knowing. What if yall start hitting it of and catch feelings and then you decide to tell her how do you think that is going to go?
Im sick of people like you. Im tired of having to console women while giving them positive test results after trusting someone. You basically need your face stomped out. The end.