Last Updated on June 4, 2020 by Nancy Carteron, MD, FACR
Readers, listeners, and viewers have been pouring in questions, and we are here for it! Today, we had the pleasure of answering one of your anonymous questions from Tumblr about herpes transmission risk!
Anon asks: “I just found out I was exposed to HSV2 about three months ago. I just started a new relationship a week ago and am terrified that I might have it and passed it on to my new girlfriend. We have had unprotected sex one time. What are the odds of her getting it?”
What to Expect When You’re Expecting…a Podcast
In an effort to cater to short attention-spans (mainly, my own), we keep these podcasts between 5 and 15 minutes in length. When we have guests on the show, sometimes, they’re a little bit longer, but we know you’re busy. Consequently, we promise to always do our very best to be as concise as possible.
Today’s podcast runs about 11 minutes in length, and we’re answering a reader’s questions about herpes transmission risk, possible exposure to herpes from a past partner, antibody vs viral testing for herpes, and the risk of transmitting to a new partner.
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Next time, I’ll be answering reader’s questions, talking about living with herpes, and the new herpes activists network. Stay tuned!
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