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Herpes is common and easily transmitted. Learn a few of the basics to stay safe and healthy.

Reviewed by Christopher Kim, M.D. | Urology

Herpes can lead to negative beliefs about your sex life, but shame isn’t the only option.

It’s embarrassing…but common. Despite changes, herpes doesn’t have to destroy your sex life.

Health pros advocate for disclosure from individuals who have HSV. Some sufferers disagree.

The timing depends a lot on gut instincts regarding your partner.

It’s not as impossible as it seems.

Having herpes can affect your pregnancy and your newborn, but the situation is manageable.

Don't wonder what information pertaining to herpes is true and what's a myth. We have the facts.

Herpes is one of the most common STDs in the world. Here are facts about living with the virus.

Attitudes about sex have evolved significantly—so, too, should the attitude toward herpes.

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