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If it is, in fact, herpes simplex type 2 that causes your infection, then my suggestion is that you ask your partner to have the POCkit blood test for type 2 herpes simplex performed in the physician’s office.
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If it remains negative, then your partner almost certainly is not infected with type 2 HSV.
The test is not one hundred percent accurate, but it is close enough to give you good information.