LAST EDITED ON Mar-08-10 AT 10:17 AM (CST)
Many people post frustration abut feeling that they know more about herpes than their doctors. Here are some fact sheets you can bring with you on your next visit or mail to your doctor's office anonymously. I can't guarantee results but it's worth a try...
Testing and other information, for and by doctors (thanks windy!)-
Blood tests specifically:
- includes info re: POCkit test (now called biokit or Sureview HSV Rapid Test) which provides HSV2 diagnosis in 10 minutes)
For basic info:
Comprehensive piece: http://www.fda.gov/fdac/features/2002/202_herp.html
Comprehensive pieces available in english as well as the following foreign languages:
Pick and choose what you send carefully. The more you send the LESS likely it will be read.
muffin ~ GHSV1 since 1986
Anyone who has sex is at
risk for getting herpes.
muffin through the years...
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