ok, this whole hpv thing is so wrong. Since I had an outbreak in October, I now know I have hpv, a strain that causes warts (I hate that word). I am like a lot of you, I feel that I should tell a potential partner when it gets to a certain point. But what is so unfair about this is that I am taking the chance of being rejected when there is a good chance that person possibly has some form of hpv but doesn't even know it. So I am setting myself up to be rejected and treated like someone with "cooties" like in grade school. I have had the acid treatments, am taking vitamins, folic acid, and echinacea and don't have any GW right now. I don't smoke and never have on a regular basis. I am trying to eat better and exercise more. I feel like I am doing all the right things and am hoping my immune system is stronger now and will take over putting this virus in its place. I have a low self esteem anyway so I don't know if I can take getting rejected all of the time.
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