Learn About Genital Herpes - Your Guide To Manage Herpes In Your Life
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Genital herpes is a strain of the herpes simplex virus (HSV),
from the viral family herpesveridae. This highly contagious
disease is transmitted through sexual contact such as vaginal,
anal or oral sex. If you have small breaks in your skin or
mucous membrane when having sexual contact with an infected
partner, you are susceptible to contracting the herpes simplex
It is almost impossible to become infected with HSV through
contact with toilets, towels or other objects that may have come
in contact with an infected party. This is because the virus
dies quickly outside of the body.
Based on reported cases, the herpes simplex virus currently
infects 1 of every 5 sexually active Americans, making it one of
the most common sexually transmitted diseases in the country. In
the last three decades, the increase in reported cases of HSV
has risen 30%, and affects both men and women.
Despite the drastic increase in reported cases in recent years,
less than 10% of those who test positive for genital herpes
suspect that they might have it. This is because more than 80%
of those tested had no outbreak, leaving the infected person
clueless to their condition.
It is projected that at least 22% of adults in this country have
the herpes simplex virus that is primarily responsible for
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