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Each time I had an outbreak, which for me consisted of a very small cluster of blisters that lasted two or three days, I'd pretend I had a yeast infection and say I couldn't have sex until it was gone.

Many feature chat rooms, bulletin boards, treatment information, personal ads, and social groups around the world.

A friend of mine had recently married a guy she met on the Web -- proving that not every Internet date is a psycho -- so I gave it a try.

When I confronted my friend about the situation, I asked if he knew that he had herpes. It was hard enough to face the fact that we'd had sex, or tried to, and it was much harder to cope with the fact that I had caught an incurable sexually transmitted disease.

In 1989, when I got herpes, the nurse told me I couldn't transmit the virus unless I was having an outbreak.

(At the time, many doctors and other health care providers believed this to be the case, although a number of research studies had already suggested otherwise.) So, I decided to keep quiet.

For three years, I had a boyfriend who never knew I had herpes.

Since he was disease-free, he refused to wear condoms, instead choosing the scrub-down -- something that would do nothing to prevent herpes transmission.

That relationship eventually came to an end, leaving me worried yet again about getting back in the dating game.

I knew enough about sexually transmitted diseases to know that I had herpes, but I didn't know exactly what to do.

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