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So, I know there’s a difference between genital herpes and oral herpes. But how can you get oral herpes?
I think it might be a good idea for me to get a herpes test. How can you test for herpes?
How would I know if I have herpes or not? What are the signs of herpes?
I had a potential HIV exposure on a past weekend and began having symptoms that caused me concern five days later. Eight days after potential exposure, I had an HIV Early Detection test. Today the results came back negative. How confident should I be in this result? Doctors I have spoken to seem to think that even with my symptoms, the actual risk is very low. I would appreciate you sharing any information you might have in similar situations, i.e., similar timelines or anecdotal evidence. Also what is the earliest positive from HIV DNA testing known?
How is HIV treated these days? I’ve heard it’s a lot different than it used to be. What are the treatments for HIV?
Do you know how many people have HIV in the world and in the United States?
Can I get a vaccine against herpes so I don’t have to worry about getting it?
I’m looking for a remedy for herpes. I don’t want to go to my doctor…do you have any ideas?
I’m just a little confused about STDs...how can I catch herpes?
I’m a little unclear on what HIV does to the body. So, I’m curious: what can HIV do to you?