If it remains negative, then your partner almost certainly is not infected with type 2 HSV.The test is not one hundred percent accurate, but it is close enough to give you good information.At a time when they have an active infection on the genitalia, if they were to sit on a toilet seat that is used by others, it would be common courtesy to clean the toilet seat after use with either alcohol or soap and water on a clean cloth and then set the cloth aside to be laundered in a hot wash. One is the issue of transmitting herpes to the baby if the mother is having an outbreak during the birth.
The infected person should be encouraged to use good sense and to not place others at risk when symptoms are obvious.
Infected persons should understand their responsibility to clean infected areas on their bodies well with soap and water and to refrain from contacting common household areas with the infected part of their bodies when active infection is present. There are two issues associated with pregnancy and birth.
Now that I’ve said that, here are some links to information about herpes vaccines: • Dr.
H.’s paper on vaccines • Center Watch (look for herpes in the list) A.
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If your partner develops symptoms, of course, then ask your partner to consult a dermatologist or urologist for a viral culture of one of the lesions for herpes simplex virus. Work is in progress on vaccines for both genital herpes and HPV, but they are a few years off.