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We Have Herpes.

Hi I'm Alexandra. I’m guessing you’re here because you have been diagnosed with Herpes or are concerned you might have gotten it. Guess what? I have herpes too… and I’ve had it for more than 10 years.

The bad news? If you do have it, there is no cure at this moment.

The good news? I’ve learned how to control my outbreaks and haven’t had an outbreak for months.

I created this site because I know what it feels like to get the phone call from your doctor saying, “you have Herpes.” I understand the rollercoaster of emotions that come with the virus.

I also know that there’s hope and you can learn how to get off that rollercoaster and begin to stop the suffering, physically, mentally and emotionally.

I am so excited you are here and I am excited to welcome you to the Life With Herpes Community. There are resources for you to begin to feel comfort, freedom and get you back to enjoying life to its fullest.

Click here to read my story.

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No matter where you are on your journey with your herpes diagnosis there can be some bumps in the road.  This site and community is designed to hand-hold you through your next steps. We have a community for your as well as all the videos and articles to support you wherever you are with your herpes diagnosis. 

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The Life With Herpes Blog contains posts from our Life With Herpes Podcast and posts that cover topics like; Herpes 101, Tell Your Partner, Outbreak Prevention and Dating. 

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