Question: Can you sue someone for giving you HSV-1?

You Can Sue Someone Who Gave You HSV-1 or HSV-2. Herpes is an incurable sexually transmitted disease (STD). It requires a lifetime of prescription treatment and is characterized by large sores on the skin that are painful and tender to the touch.

Do you have to disclose HSV 1?

“In order to help decrease the spread, it is important to disclose any STI (including herpes) to any sexual partner, so they can make the informed decision to proceed or not,” Dr. Gelow said. “Being able to freely talk about these conditions makes it easier to disclose to potential sexual partners.”

What does it mean to be HSV-1 positive?

A positive test means you have been infected with HSV recently or at some point in the past. Tests can be done to help determine if you have a recent infection. About 70% of adults have been infected by HSV-1 and have antibodies against the virus.

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