Meetpositives: What Everyone Should Know About Herpes Symptoms

US based, a dating site for people living with chronic sexually transmitted infections, would like to inform their readers and users about the symptoms of herpes and how to identify them. The condition is surprisingly common among adults, and learning how to recognize herpes symptoms could help people discover their positive status and seek treatment for it sooner, which can make a world of difference when it comes to managing the disease. also acts as a support group for people living with herpes, helping them get in touch with others in similar situations and share their experiences and insight.

“Learn more about your condition from others who have experienced the same feelings,” says. “Get the latest information about a possible cure for herpes, vaccination and treatment options. Read member herpes drug reviews, side effects and success stories. Meet others who understand what you are feeling and are also looking to move on with their lives. Dating with herpes can be difficult, and at times, frightening. Meeting others who suffer from the same conditions offers you peace of mind. Our members understand you, understand your fears and looking forward to feeling normal again. Don’t let HSV1 or HSV2 (genital herpes) stop you from meeting someone special. It’s not your fault for being positive, you are still in control of your happiness. Meet other positives, and never have the talk again.”

The site offers users a 100% anonymous and secure experience where people living with herpes can learn more about their condition from others who have experienced the same feelings. Through, they can learn all the latest information including whether or not a cure is available, vaccination, treatment options and so much more. There are also member drug reviews, people sharing stories about side effects and success stories regarding treatment and even romantic relationships.

One of the reasons why people use is the fact that dating with herpes comes with a number of difficulties, including the need to disclose a positive status to potential partners. ‘The talk,’ as it is known, involves revealing an intensely personal secret with no guarantee that the person hearing it will respond positively. By meeting people on Meetpositives, an individual can avoid this altogether and speak to like-minded people with similar experiences who know about the condition and what it means to live with herpes — and they can be confident they do not harbor any prejudices. was built to make people living with herpes and other similar conditions feel a bit less lonely, and many would agree that the platform has succeeded.

“Dating is difficult for most people, and being positive with HSV (Herpes Simplex Virus) does not make it any easier,” the site says. “When you are positive, it is very important to disclose your status to the person who you’re dating. Having ‘the talk’ is never easy or comfortable because the risk of rejection is always there, and many people will not want to date an infected person. Meet Positives created a platform for herpes singles to meet and date without the fear of rejection. If you are living with herpes and would like to be around people who care and provide crucial information about your status, join Meet Positives. Joining this site is easy. All you need to do is create an account and add some information about yourself to share with other herpes singles. There are thousands of herpes singles looking for someone just like you. Forget about rejections, join Meet Positives today and find someone special.”

It has been found that many couples fail to discuss their sexual health before becoming intimate, which leads to them not knowing their potential partners’ condition. This puts them in a position where they might feel like it is too late to reveal their status. is working to reduce how often this occurs and make it so everyone feels comfortable speaking about their chronic conditions and their experiences.

Those interested may find out more about living with herpes on The community has helped countless others feel more comfortable living with the condition and it is an excellent way to meet other people in a romantic context without having to fear how they might react to the revelation that their partner is positive.


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