The terms “sexually transmitted disease” and “sexually transmitted infection” are often used interchangeably. But do they really mean the same thing?
10 Myths About Genital Herpes
With the proper precautions, you can have a healthy pregnancy with herpes.
If you have recently been diagnosed with genital herpes, try these tips to make the condition more manageable.
A reader writes to ask about some new symptoms he is experiencing.
After your herpes outbreaks have seemed to decrease in frequency, why might they start becoming more frequent again?
Stinging and burning during urination is, unfortunately, a common symptom of genital herpes.
A reader writes: “I don’t have insurance right now. How else can I deal with outbreaks?”
Is it possible to transmit the herpes virus simply by sharing a drink with the person who has it?
A reader writes: “If I kiss someone who has genital herpes, is that virus also in their saliva?”
Is it possible to infect someone with the herpes virus without symptoms?