Some ppl are saying it is a type, form or strain of herpes but it ISN'T the kind i'm thinking of.
When I read about cold sores, it says it's HERPES.
So what is it ...
If you found out your partner/spouse was HIV positive and you are not, what would you do?
having looked at the answers so far, take this scenario, a couple with kids the husband contracts HIV, he does not do drugs, has not had a transfusion or been hospitalised, claims not to have been unfaithful. But he has the virus, the wife and kids don't after extensive tests.
If I loved him before I knew I would still love him after he was diagnosed. He needs to use a condom. Everyone needs to learn how to wash their hands properly (Ayeliffe method) and do it frequently. Soap kills the HIV virus. You are at risk from saliva but you need to make your own decisions.
He must be in shock too. You probably both need professional councelling.
if the guy had not had a blood transfusion (blood is screened for HIV and other disease anyway)and did not do drugs he must have been unfaithful. if it was certain he did not have this disease when the couple got together i would say she had a very strong case for divorce!
leave and take the kids
well, first try not to catch it then care for that person more
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be very supportive and love them as much as i did before if not more
well first id get tested too.there is little chance i dont have it either.
Divorce or annulment
um..................divorce him, but still be there for him.
To tell you the truth some people would leave them, This decision is really up to you.
DO YOU KNOW ALL OF HIS PAST? DID HE KNOW ALL ALONG? HE HAS GOT IT FROM SOMEWERE! IS HE GAY? I WOULD DIVORCE
They are not being totally truthful. A person doesn't contract HIV or AIDS just from shaking hands. A completely honest course of communication NEEDS to be established. At some point (and you may never know when it was) a behavior was practiced that was not safe. It only takes 1 time. The safety of the uninfected spouse and of the children should come first and foremost. If this is not possible for the infected to respect and follow through, then decide if your life and the lives of your children are worth giving up to keep your spouse. The infected person is going to have a long hard road ahead of them and will need all the support they can get. Try to be as supportive as you can but DON'T BE STUPID!
i would not stay with him .. i would leave .. bc he is lying he had to catch it somewhere and he sure dident catch it off his spouse..
That would be sooo awful, I don't even want to contemplate it, everyone that has their health should be very grateful.