I am a Herpes Carrier

Dear Dr. Rob:

I am 20 years old and I went to the doctor and took a blood
test for STD`s and every thing was negative accept HSV 2.
Know the nurse told me that I was a carrier now. I want to
know what is the difference between being a carrier and
having herpes virus. Because I do not have outbreaks or
anything for that matter.

Dr Rob’s Response:

Dear Poster Inquiring about Being a Carrier:

There is no difference between being a carrier and having the
virus. The fact that you have antibodies means that you do
have the virus, whether or not you have ever had an outbreak.
In fact, most people do not have outbreaks, and yet are
herpes positive, which is why the infection is spreading so

You should try Lysine 1 gram a day, to prevent outbreaks
and if you are in a sexual relationship, protection is of the
utmost importance to prevent passage of it to your partner.
You might also use a drug such as Acyclovir, which will
reduce the shedding that occurs when you don’t have a
lesion, because you can shed then. It’s called asymptomatic


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