How Do Herpes Simplex Outbreaks Affect HSV Singles?
Herpes simplex virus or HSV is simply referred to as herpes. HSV is one of the most common sexually transmitted disease and 5 out of 10 people in the western countries are affected by it. However, there is a piece of good news for Hsv singles.
If you are one of those who are affected by HSV, then it is not the end of your life. There are millions of HSV singles around the world who are affected with HSV and are willing to start a new life. So the probability of you starting a new life are very high.
In general, there are two types of herpes, they are
- Herpes simplex virus 1 or simply HSV1
- Herpes simplex virus 2 or HSV2
Herpes Simplex Virus 1:
Herpes simplex virus 1 is commonly referred to as oral herpes. The most common HSV1 or herpes symptoms are sores around the mouth and lips which are commonly referred to as fever blisters or cold sores.
HSV1 is usually transmitted by oral secretions. If you have sores on the skin and involved in kissing, then even it might lead to HSV1. Even sharing personal belongings like toothbrushes and the utensils might result in the outbreak of the HSV1.
Herpes Simplex Virus 2:
Herpes simplex virus or HSV2 is commonly referred to as genital herpes. The most common HSV 2 or herpes symptoms are sores around the private areas that are sores around the genitals or the rectum. It is not limited to a certain part of the body, one can even found the sores below the waist.
The HSV singles are affected with HSV 2 or herpes simplex virus 2 only if they get in sexual contact with the persons who are already infected with HSV2. However, by using safety, one can shoot down the chances of getting affected with HSV2.
Even though a person is having either HSV1 or HSV2, there is no need to worry as it won’t lead to death. There is no permanent cure for treating herpes. If you are one of those HSV singles, you are advised to sign up on the various HSV dating sites and find your dating partner and start a new life.