How Not to Get Crazy While Having Herpes. Dos and don’ts for a Woman.
Scientists and resources say that STDs and herpes are a rather more common problem with it comes to males than females, however, the rate of girls getting infected is increasing during the past few years. It seems like having herpes and HIV virus is more serious cases for ladies especially when it comes to pregnancy and keeping the baby health. If you are a woman who is struggling with STDs and don’t want to get crazy and willing to start a “new life” here’s a short guide with few tips and tricks.
1. Have a great self-confident
Being honest and confident towards yourself is the first thing you shall do when you find out about being infected. Get along with herpes is possible and having normal lifestyle is something you might occur. Don’t let STDs let you down and break your world into pieces.
2. Reveal the truth
Telling about herpes to your beloved ones and family is a great chance to get support and bunch of positive feelings. There’s no need to be scared and hide your secret because sooner or later, if your health condition gets worst you companions will know the truth.
3. Keep your vagina clean
HIV and STDs are less likely to be transmitted in a cleanenvironment which is in good condition. Definitely,avoidanysexualintercourse (even protected ones) when you are on period. HIV loves to transmit through theblood that’s why having any kind of sex while the period is a big NO. Also take a great care while changing tampons and sanitary pads and avoid spreading the virus to another body parts. Always wash your hands BEFORE and AFTER using the toilet or while changing sanitary goods. Try to avoid public toilets since lots of bacteria there might cause your bad hygiene and health issues.
4. Start proper treatment
In order to have normal and good quality life, you shall start treatment which will help you to maintain body condition and extend your life.
5. Find love and support
Positive emotions will help you to overcome bad moments and having someone besides you will let you feel that you are not alone.
6. Don’t get pregnant without any medical consultation
If you have herpes or HIV getting pregnant and having a healthy pregnancy and non-complicatedlabor is very important not only for you but baby’s condition as well. If you are planning to become a mother take a consultation with your healthcare center and start proper treatment ahead. The risk of getting baby infected while natural birth is high when you have herpes and your kid will go through the vagina, that’s why C-section is mostly recommended. If you are HIV-positive, your baby can be infected by breastfeeding.
7. Don’t put other people in danger
Never hide the fact that you have STDs or HIV positive. Infecting other people on purpose is totally against any morality and hasa law consequences.
8. Never lose hope
There are millions of people worldwide who are struggling with herpes and HIV as well. You shall remember that there’s always hope for normal and good life. The only thing needed is your will to have one.