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For three years, I had a boyfriend who never knew I had herpes.

Each time I had an outbreak, which for me consisted of a very small cluster of blisters that lasted two or three days, I'd pretend I had a yeast infection and say I couldn't have sex until it was gone.

I didn't date for awhile, but inevitably, I met someone.

I held off on sex for as long as I could, but it got more and more difficult.

By the time I finished college in 1994, the possibility of spreading the virus even when you didn't have an outbreak had become more widely accepted by health care providers.