If a person was diagonoed with blood test to have herpes and HSV-2 antibodies but has never received an outbreak, can they pass on the HSV-2 herpes on to an uninfected partner to get the Herpes Virus who can develop outbreak blister symptoms?
The herpes blood test doesn’t determine if the virus is oral or genital herpes. The herpes blood test just informs an individual if the virus is oral or genital herpes. We know that HSV-2 is usually genital herpes. The most effective way to be diagnosed with herpes is to have a doctor see active outbreaks.
If you were diagnosed with HSV-2 the chances are the virus could spread through sexual contact. If you never had an outbreak than we know the virus is weak and much less likely to spread to a partner. It’s still “possible” for you to catch genital herpes from a partner seem we aren’t positive that you carry genital HSV-2. There is a 5-10% chance that the HSV-2 is orally rather than genitally. The human body usually weakens the herpes antibodies. Most people who carry herpes antibodies don’t get outbreaks or show symptoms of the virus.
Just so you know once a person carries the herpes antibodies that person is a carrier from life. Future blood test may show different, seem the body often weakens the herpes antibodies.
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