If we both have HSV 2 and we both do not have an outbreak is oral sex okay?
Is it possible that we could spread HSV2 to our mouth if there is no outbreak?
Ongoing antiviral therapy (called suppressive therapy) and condoms are effective ways to protect your partner from contracting genital herpes, but do not offer 100% protection.
If you’ve just found out you have genital herpes, we hope you’ll find the facts about the condition and available treatment options both empowering and reassuring.
We have both realized that we are not going to waste emotions trying to figure out if it came from me or him because it does not change how we feel about each other.
We want to have a normal sex life together but at the same time be smart about it.
Genital herpes is a common sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by a virus that affects one in eight Australians aged over 25 years.