Being Infected Is Not The End Of Your Dating Life.

Dear MUB

I have read many of your stories and I realized most of your viewers do not fully understand that these STD’s although uncomfortable are not the END ALL. The stigma attached to them in these small islands are what makes it seem like Mount Everette when it only becomes that when the infected are not taking care of their bodies.

Herpes and HPV are very VERY common STD’S and at least 2/3 of the population has some form. I say some form because these diseases come in different strains, there is HSV 1 and 2 and HPV has over 100 strains. If most of your readers decide to do a blood test 1 day and check for these things they’ll be shocked to know what they have. For e.g if you’ve had canker sores and cold sores they are a form of Herpes.

(Herpes labialis also known as cold sores or fever blisters; are blister like sores on the lips and adjacent facial tissue that are caused by the oral herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1); most adults have been infected by this extremely common virus, and in some, it becomes reactivated periodically causing cold sores.)

I say all this to say these things can live in your blood stream for years and you will never know you’re infected because break out happens mostly when your body’s immune system is weak and fragile. The key is to keep health take strong vitamins stay away from any form of stress change your diet to a more healthy life style.

BTW you contract these diseases even when you use condoms they are transferred by touch, so if your partner has a very mild breakout (which is when its transferred) as long as your body makes contact with that break out it will get into your system through your sweat glands, a condom can’t prevent that.

Having a breakout….. DON’T HAVE SEX. Your doctor can also put you on suppressants.

I would love to say to anyone infected keep your head up its more common than you think and nothing to be ashamed of. Visit Amazon they sell natural vitamins that also suppress the herpes virus by simply boosting your immune system.

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