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The STD Hotline / HelpLine / Herpes Dating support In Your Area.

When you have STDs like Herpes (HSV-1, HSV-2), HPV, HIV/AIDS,  Hepatitis and other STDs, you may need support and information, There are STD hotline in many countries and cities. You can ask STD questions, dating advice and emotional and psychological issuesWhat's more, STD hotline is  anonymous and confidential.  Please check the STD hotline in your area.


Herpes dating support in AU:

Sexual Health Helpline
(08) 9227 6178 or 1800 198 205 (country callers)
Sexual Healthline of Shine (Sexual Health Information Networking & Education)
(08) 8364 0444

AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diseases Support Line (Tasmania)
1800 005 900
9:00am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday for counseling services

Queensland Government Youth Site on Sexual Health
Specifically designed to answer young people's questions on sexual health

Queensland Association for Healthy Communities
1800 177 434

Sexually Transmitted Diseases Services - South Australia
Comprehensive sexual health information.
+61 (8) 8222 5075


Herpes dating support in Canada

Canadian HIV/AIDS Information Centre

Toronto AIDS and Sexual Health Information Line
Is a province-wide, free, anonymous service staffed by professional, multidisciplinary and multicultural counsellors who offer assistance in different languages.
Toll free: 1-800-668-2437
Local: 416-392-2437

Hours of operation:
Monday to Friday: 10 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Closed on statutory holidays

Telehealth Ontario
Telehealth Ontario is a free, confidential telephone service you can call to get health advice or general health information from a Registered Nurse.
Free access to a registered nurse—24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
1-866-797-0000 TTY : 1-866-797-0007

AIDS Hilfe Wien
Tel: 0043 - 1 - 599 37 Live counselor available
Questions are also answered by e-mail:
AIDSHilfe Oberösterreich
Regional AIDS organization
Language: German (0512) 56 36 21

Flemish service and information center about sexual health and HIV/AIDS
078 15 15 15 2 p.m. - 10 p.m. Monday - Friday and 2 p.m.- 5 p.m. Saturday

+ 45 63 14 28 14 9 - 22, every day
Denmark AIDS Information System
+ 45 33 91 11 19 9 a.m. -11 p.m., every day

Finnish AIDS Council
+358 9454 3536 or +358 9454 2070
(In Finnish, Spanish, and English)

SIDA Info Service
0 800 840 800 24h/day, 7 days/week
Live counselor available between 2- 7 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Available in French, English, Arabic, Bambara, Spanish and Russian.

Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe e.V.
(030) 69 00 87-0
+49 30 88 56 40 37

Ireland Family Planning Association

LILA Milano – Lega Italiana per la Lotta contro l'AIDS
+39 02 58103515 Live counsellor
LILA Bologna - Lega Italiana per la Lotta contro l'AIDS
+39 051 6350025 / 6347644 Monday thru Friday 10:15 / 18:30 Live counsellor
LILA Puglia- Lega Italiana per la Lotta contro l'AIDS
+39 080 5353877 Monday and Friday 10:00 / 13:00; Tue, Wed, Thu 18:00 / 20:00 Live counsellor

The Netherlands
HIV Vereniging Nederland
020 6872577 Monday- Frida, 2pm-10pm


Associção de Apio a pessoas com VIH/SIDA

Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo
900-111-000 Fundación Antisida de España (FASE)
900-850-100 Junta de Andalucía
900 ROSA: 900.601.601

Swiss Aids Foundation / Stop Aids Live counsellor available
41 1 447 11 11

FREE: 0800 866 455
Monday - Friday 8.30 - 12.00
and 13.30 - 17.00

United Kingdom
Herpes Dating support in UK

National AIDS & Sexual Health Line
A 24- hour, free and confidential telephone service with advice about HIV/AIDS, sexual health, STD's, local services, clinics and support services. Advisors available 24 hours a day.

Translation services available for speakers of UK ethnic minority languages.
Free phone 0800 567 123

(calls may be charged if made from mobile phones)
7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
HIV I-base
0808 800 6013 Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m .
Positively Women
Information Service provides information on women and HIV to service users, staff, volunteers and the general public.
020 7713 0222 Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Helpline staffed by HIV positive women
THT Direct
The helpline is a national gateway to HIV services, support and information
0845 1221 200 Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Sexual Health Information Line
0800 567 123 UK - 24 hours

Centro Nacional para la Prevención y Control del VIH/SIDA


CDC National STD Hotline: Provides STD information and referrals to clinics nationwide
English: (800) 227-8922 or (800) 342-2437
24 hours per day, 7 days a week
Spanish: (800) 344-7432
8 a.m. - 2 a.m. EST, 7 days a week
TTY for Hearing Impaired
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. EST, Monday- Friday

CDC National AIDS Hotline

English: (800) 324-AIDS (800 324-2437)
24 hours per day, 7 days a week
Spanish: (800) 344-SIDA (800 344-7432)
8 a.m. - 2 a.m. EST
TTY for Hearing Impaired: (800) 243-7889
10 a.m.- 10 p.m. EST, Monday- Friday

National Herpes Hotline: Provides herpes information and referrals to clinics or support groups
(919) 361-8488
9 a.m. - 7 p.m EST, Monday- Friday
For Written Materials: (800) 230-6039
Recorded Information: (800) 653-4325

CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN): Health Information Specialists at the NPIN answer questions, provide referrals, and offer technical assistance.
English and Spanish: (800) 458-5231
(800) 243-7012

Monday- Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m EST
TTY for Hearing Impaired: (301) 562-1098

  National Planned Parenthood Hotline: Provides information about area clinics providing STD diagnosis and treatment
(800) 230-725
National HPV and Cervical Cancer Prevention Hotline

(919) 361-8448

Alabama AIDS Hotline
(800) 228-0469

Arkansas AIDS Hotline
(800) 232-4636

Arizona AIDS Hotline
(800) 232-4636

California AIDS Hotline
Information available in English, Spanish and Filipino
In California: (800) 367-AIDS
Inside San Francisco or outside California:
(415) 863-AIDS
Monday- Friday 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
TTY: (888) 225-AIDS

Colorado STD/HIV Hotline
Denver only: (303) 692-2777
In Colorado (toll free): (877) 478-3448

Delaware AIDS Hotline
(800) 422-0429

Florida AIDS Hotline
English: (800) 352-AIDS
Haitian Creole: (800) 243-7101
Spanish: (800) 545-SIDA
In Spanish: (800) 545-SIDA

Georgia AIDS Information Line
In Georgia: (800) 551-2728
Nationwide: (404) 876-9944

Hawaii STD/AIDS Hotlines
In Hawaii: (800) 321-1555
Nationwide: (808) 922-1313

Idaho AIDS Foundation Hotline
(800) 926-2588

Illinois AIDS Hotline
(800) 243-2437
TTY/TDD: (800) 782-0423

Indiana AIDS Hotline
800-848-AIDS (2437)

Iowa AIDS Hotline
(800) 445-2437

Kansas and Kentucky
No numbers listed

Louisiana AIDS Hotline
In Louisiana: (800) 99 AIDS 9 (992-4379) Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.,
In Louisiana: (504) 821-6050 Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
In Louisiana TDD: (877) 566-9448

Maine AIDS Hotline
In Maine: (800) 851-2437
Nationwide: (800) 775-1267

Maryland AIDS Hotline
In Maryland: (Bilingual) (800) 638-6252
In Metro DC. & VA: (800) 322-7432

Massachusetts AIDS Hotline
In Massachusetts: (800) 235-2331 Monday- Friday, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m,
Nationwide: (617) 536-7733 Saturday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
TTY/TDD: (617) 437-1672
TTY: (617) 450-1427

Michigan AIDS Hotline
In Michigan: (800) 872-2437
TTY/TDD: (800) 332-0849
Spanish: (800) 826-SIDA
Teen Line: (800) 750-TEEN
Health Care Workers: (800) 522-0399

Minnesota AIDS Line
Nationwide: (612) 373-2437
In Minnesota: (800) 248-2437

Missouri AIDS Information Line
No number listed

Mississippi AIDS Hotline
 (800) 826-2961

(800) 233-6668
Eastern Montana AIDS Hotline: (800) 675-2437
Western Montana AIDS Hotline: (800) 663-9002

Nebraska AIDS Hotline
Nationwide: (800) 782-2437

Nevada AIDS Information Line
(800) 842-2437

New Hampshire AIDS Hotline
(800) 752-2437

New Jersey AIDS Hotline
(800) 624-2377 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week
TTY/TDD: (201) 926-8008

New York State Spanish Hotline
Spanish: (800) 233-SIDA

NYC Department of Health AIDS Helpline
GMHC AIDS Hotline: (212) 807-6655 M-F 10-9, Sat 12-3
GMHC TDD: (212) 645-7470

North Carolina AIDS Hotline
1 800 CDC INFO or 1 800 232 4636

North Dakota AIDS Hotline
In North Dakota: (800) 782-2437
Nationwide: (701) 328-2378

Ohio AIDS Hotline
(800) 332-2437
TTY/TDD: (800) 332-3889

Oklahoma AIDS Hotline
In Oklahoma: (800) 535-2437

Oregon AIDS Hotline
Area codes 503, 206 and 208: (800) 777-2437
Voice & TTY: (503) 223-2437

Pennsylvania AIDS Hotline
In Pennsylvania: (800) 662-6080
Critical Path Project Hotline: (215) 545-2212
(215) 463- 7160 (publications orders)

Puerto Rico Linea de Infor SIDA y Enfermedades de Transmision Sexual
In Puerto Rico: (800) 981-5721
Nationwide: (809) 765-1010

Rhode Island AIDS Hotline
Nationwide: (800) 726-3010

South Carolina AIDS Hotline
(800) 322-2437

South Dakota AIDS Hotline
(800) 592-1861

Tennessee AIDS Hotline
In Tennessee: (800) 525-AIDS

In Texas: (800) 299-2437

Utah AIDS Information Line
In Utah: (800) 366-2437
Nationwide: (801) 487-2100

Vermont AIDS Hotline
(800) 882-2437

Virginia STDS/AIDS Hotline
In Virginia: (800) 533-4148
In Virginia Spanish line: (800) 322-7432

Washington AIDS Hotline
In Washington: (800) 272-2437

West Virginia AIDS Hotline
(800) 642-8244

Wisconsin AIDS Hotline
In Wisconsin: (800) 334-2437
Nationwide: (414) 273-2437

Wyoming AIDS Hotline
(800) 327-3577

Disque salud pregunte sida (proyecto lusida)
  0 800 333 3444 9 a.m. - 10 p.m., Monday-Friday
10 a.m.- 4.00 p.m., Saturday-Sunday

National AIDS Hotline
592-223-7138; 592-223-7139 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.


9:00am-6:00pm Monday-Friday
9:00am-1:00pm Saturday

Asociación del sero positive (ASEPO)
(598 - 2) 402 1010 24 hours

Centro de Información Nacional VIH/SIDA
(58 212) 952 2009, (58) 274 - 271 0220 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday- Friday

National STD Hotline
800 227 8922 Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-11pm

Youth Empowerment Foundation
Live counselors available. Crisis hotline and referral service
234 1-773-2200 and 234 1-773-2201 24 hours a day

South Africa
The AIDS Helpline
0800-012-322 24 hours a day

INFO SIDA: (+ 216) 71 70 11 95

The AIDS Support Organisation (TSAO) 

AIDS/STD Hotlines
AIDS Helpline in Beijing: 010-6426-6958
Provides STD information and referrals to clinics nationwide
Anhui 0551-363-3229
Beijing 010-6426-6958 and 010-6223-8683
Fujian 0591-781-0808
Guangdong 020-8445-7336

Hong Kong
AIDS Helpline - Hong Kong AIDS Foundation
Tel: (852) 2513-0513 Counselor available Monday- Friday, 2:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
In Catonese, Mandarin, and English

AIDS Hotline
(852) 2780 2211
Live counselor - Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm

AIDS Prevention Information Network
ACC -- AIDS Clinical Center

Malaysian AIDS Council

Remedios AIDS Foundation, Inc.
AIDS Hotline: (632) 524-0551. Mondays to Saturdays 10:00 am to 10:00 pm for counseling services.
Women's AIDS Hotline:
(632) 524-4427, (632) 524-4507

Action for AIDS Singapore
65 2540212 Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 6:30-9:30

Ministry of Public Health Information Network of Thailand    In Thai and English
Clinic 275 (the Sexually Transmitted Infections clinic of the Royal Adelaide Hospital)
(08) 8226 6025
Country callers 1800 806 490
Czech Republic
National AIDS Hotline

Youth of Yugoslav Association Against AIDS (Youth of JAZAS)
AIDS Info Telephone: (38 1 11) 3248235 05:00 p.m. - 09:00 p.m., every day

Tel/Fax:  (+37410) 53-07-71; 53-67-17, E-mail:




1. Do not have “the talk” on the first date. No matter how hot the person is and how much you might want to have sex with them. Go home and take a cold shower!

2. Do not have “the talk” when your clothes are already off and one of you is reaching for a condom.  This rarely ends well.

3. If at all possible, try to work it into the conversation naturally.

4. No matter how nervous you are play it cool! The other person’s reaction will be gauged on your delivery. Practice saying it in the mirror, do whatever it takes to be ready to deliver the news in a calm, casual way.

5. Be prepared! I made my own Q & A script which I have attached to this post. The questions are based on questions I have received during “the talk”. Some of the answers are specific for myself, so if you chose to use my script (please do!) you will need to make some adjustments. You can either have the script with you when you tell someone or you could hand it to him or her at the end of a date.

6. Be ready for rejection. Sorry! It’s the truth. When I was younger, I wasn’t always honest with men before becoming intimate with them. In my experience, men are better able to deal with my HSV if I tell them after we’ve had sex. I honestly think it’s because they get the chance to see there is nothing weird going on down there! So, in some ways that may be the easy way out. On the other hand, I have been rejected several times when I have been honest and told the men before having sex. Being honest is not the easy way out, but it is the right thing to do.

7. Join to learn more about the tips for "The Talk", the best advantage is that you can avoid "The Talk". Connect the with about 800,000 singles who is living with the same condition who can understand you.

Be well versed about your STD situation.

Every situation is different, but it still comes down to being aware and educated about whatever condition you have. Things can get more complicated when either, or both individuals are not sure how bad their condition is. For instance, you may start dating someone who generally knows they have Herpes, but knowing whether it's type 1 or type 2 can make a world of difference. It doesn't take too much to get tested after you start dating someone, but it can be frustrating when you're unsure of how bad it is in the first place.
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Apart from knowing the extent of whatever the condition is, it would be wise to also know what triggers certain side effects or symptoms. A healthy diet can only help your immune system; diet meaning your everyday eating habits. There are tons of websites and books that give extensive understanding and knowledge of things that can be done to maintain a healthy lifestyle. This website as well,, offers a forum section where advice is given. Do not just take any advice from anyone, do the research and ask the right people (doctors and experts), and couple it with the research you have done to create a lifestyle that best suits your condition.

Encourage friends, family or anyone you come across, to seek a better understanding so that they don't fall into a misguided situation, "Knowledge is Power" and only you know yourself better than anyone else.

Use herpes dating services catering to your condition to help avoid rejection.

Anyone who dates should be prepared for rejection. The person you're seeing may beat a hasty retreat when he or she finds out you have genital herpes. If you get the "I just want to be friends" talk after telling your sweetheart, you have herpes, consider this: He or she may have already been looking for a way out, and herpes was as good an excuse as any. What's more, anyone who disdains or humiliates you for having herpes was never worth your while.
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Keep dating, and you will find someone who wants to be with you regardless of your condition. There are certainly some who wouldn't mind keeping the intimacy level just short of doing things that could transmit the virus. And of those people, it's likely that at least one will come around, and say, "Hey, I understand there's a risk, but I'm crazy about you, so I'm willing to take it."

Depending on your dating style, you might look for another person who knows he or she has herpes, if only to avoid having to discuss it. If you already use dating services or personal ads, you can also use any of those specifically for people with genital herpes. Positive singles is the best choice.

If you have herpes, how to best deal with dating someone who is STD free

I have learned that in dating you have to get a feel for the person before you disclose your status to him. You have to become in tune with each other to see if the person is mature enough to handle the information that you have to hand them later on, if they are in fact STD free.

I have learned that keep the flirtation to a minimum, stress that you would like to be friends first. You can share your admiration, but again to a minimum. You don't want the person to feel as though you led them on. After its established that the relationship should be taken further, that's when the talk is necessary. I prefer to ask the person "What could I do at this point, that would cause a deal breaker for you". Let the person respond and proceed with letting them know that you are only disclosing the information because you care about them, would never hurt them and would like to be completely honest. Explain your status, then immediately explain that if they feel indifferent, that it is perfectly ok if they want to remain friends, walk away, or proceed with the relationship.

The most important part when dating someone without an STD is to make sure that you prepare for the possibility that the other person may not accept your status. That is why is very important to get to know the person, but to not indulge completely until full disclosure is given.

I've done this a few times and although I only had one person say that he didn't care and would still like to pursue me, the weight was lifted off me. During the course of the dating I often feel guilty, but as long as I keep it completely friendly, I am not harming anyone. We are worthy of love just as anyone else. Although I am on this site, I am not limited to dating only someone with my condition. I just like to get past the hard part to get to the normalcy. I wish you all well!

How to ask about how/when someone contracted an herpes?

PositiveSingles has already taken the hard part out of having the talk. However, when dating someone you may want to know how/when they contracted a Herpes. Here are some tips on ways to have that conversation without a lot of anxiety.

Don't beat around the bush, just ask. Okay, so we all are infected with something, right? That is the point of this dating site. So don't feel bad about asking your date how they contracted herpes. It's the pink elephant in the room and the quicker you get the question out the more relaxed things will become. -the best herpes dating site in the world.

Don't assume that they contracted an STD from being promiscuous. All it takes is sleeping with one infected person one time to contract a sexually transmitted disease. We are all in the same boat here, so don't go judging someone or assuming things about their past sexual experiences.

Listen closely and be supportive. Everyone deals with things differently. While having herpes may not be a big deal to you, it could be a huge deal for the person you are dating. Also keep in mind that different STD affects men and women differently, for example, HPV can lead to infertility in women, but not men. Discussing these issues may bring up some negative feelings for your partner. Don't be judgmental or condescending, just listen and share your experience as well.

Dating, Sex and Herpes

Dating, Sex and Herpes

Some events have the potential of changing your life forever. If you have been diagnosed with Herpes, this would definitely be one such event. Herpes can be a frightening discovery for any individual. People with herpes are considered flawed by the society and this is probably why such people feel embarrassed and prefer isolating themselves.

If you already have a partner, and he or she has herpes too, you can continue a healthy relationship as the Herpes Simplex Virus cannot be transmitted twice. However, if you have just begun dating and only had a few casual hookups, it can be extremely distressing. As a single you wouldn’t want to stay alone, would you? Besides, the hype surrounding this disease has results in various rumors pertaining to sex and relationships.

What Should You Do?

Herpes doesn’t necessarily spread through sexual intercourse. In fact, any sort of physical contact with the infected area of another individual would transmit the virus. The first thing that you will have to do on being diagnosed with herpes is do research about the topic. Many websites also have a support section where people with herpes can ask professionals for help on a particular issue. There are multitudinous forums that boast of a great deal of information pertaining to Herpes and dealing with the symptoms.

People are generally diagnosed as a result of outbreaks. Nonetheless, there is no need to panic as you are likely to witness quite a few outbreaks in the following months. In due course of time, the outbreaks become less frequent and pain less as the body begins to develop some kind of immunity towards it. Over a period of time when the infection weakens, the chances of transmission also reduce.

It is often observed that most people don’t show symptoms of herpes in spite of being infected. In most of these cases, people know of herpes from their partners. As a trend, if you haven’t experienced any outbreak within a month of being infected, you might never witness it in the future too. However, this doesn’t give you an excuse to ignore the condition.

It is worth mentioning that HSV – 1 or HSV – 2 can be transmitted in the absence of visible symptoms too. This is probably how you got it in the first place.

Herpes and Sex

A majority of the population that has Herpes believe that their love life is over fearing that they might get rejected by another person on discovering the condition. However, scientifically speaking, this isn't the case.

Although safe sex techniques cannot be regarded 100 percent effective in preventing the virus from spreading, consistent use of condoms and other barriers have been known to be advantageous. In addition, a person with herpes should abstain from having sex in the event of an outbreak. Also avoid engaging in any sort of sexual activity when your partner is feeling itchy. This marks the prodromal period prior to an outbreak.

Use of suppressants such as Valtrex can also reduce the risk of transmission of the virus as they act upon the symptoms. One thing that you should remember is that Herpes is spread through oral sex too. Furthermore, having oral herpes doesn’t give you immunity against genital herpes. As a matter of fact, genital herpes is more contagious compared to oral herpes.

Herpes and Dating

Dating with Herpes isn't easy and requires a great deal of courage and positive attitude. If you have herpes, it would be best to have a conversation about the same with your partner so that adequate precautions can be taken. In addition, it isn't a great idea to tell him or her about your condition after having sex.

People with Herpes find it extremely difficult to find new partners. The best thing you can do is find a partner who already has herpes. This way, the chances of transmission of the Herpes Simplex Virus are eliminated. An individual cannot be infected by the same virus twice.

There are several websites on the internet that cater to herpes dating. These websites allow users to find their ideal partners in a particular region. In fact, herpes dating platforms have come as a boon for those who found it difficult to mingle with others, courtesy of their medical condition. If you have Herpes and are in search of a companion, all you have to do is log onto one of these websites, create a free account and you are good to go.

Herpes is tough to deal with but doesn’t make life impossible. You might have to follow several precautions in order to prevent Herpes Simplex Virus from spreading. On the other hand, if your partner has herpes, things might get a tad easier but it still isn't going to be anything like before.

Virginia Herpes Dating Sites and Herpes Support Groups.

Virginia Herpes Dating Sites

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Virginia Herpes Support Groups 


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- Richmond HELP -

Richmond Help c/o Fan Free Clinic
P.O. Box 5669, 1721 Hanover Avenue, Richmond VA 23220
Ph: (804) 358-6343

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Rappahannock Help
Fredricksburg, VA
Ph: (540) 371-0934

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South Dakota Herpes Dating Sites and Herpes Support Groups

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#1. PS is the largest STD dating site for singles with Herpes, HIV/AIDS, HPV, Hepatitis, and more.  About 800,000 members.

#2.  Private herpes dating site only for herpes singles. easy to navigate.

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South Carolina Herpes dating sites and groups

Herpes dating sites and herpes support groups in South Carolina, Columbia, Charleston, North Charleston, Greenville, Rock Hill, Mount Pleasant, Spartanburg, Sumter, Hilton Head Island, Florence ensure peope with herpes find support and love. We would like to recommend some herpes dating sites for you to check:
#1. PS is the largest STD dating site for singles with Herpes, HIV/AIDS, HPV, Hepatitis, and more.  About 800,000 members.

#2.  Private herpes dating site only for herpes singles. easy to navigate.

#3. Confidential community for Black People Meet other Black Women with Herpes and Black Men with HIV, even Black Celebrities with Herpes.

#4. The best and largest dating site for Poz Gay, Hiv Positive Gay Men,Gay Men With Herpes in the world!

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Herpes support South Carolina

Low Country Friends
South Carolina H Friends Yahoo Group
People of Color South Carolina (POC SC)
Carolina H Club
Upstate SC and Western NC H Group


- Columbia HELP -

Columbia Help
P.O. Box 210472 Columbia, SC 29221-0472
Ph: (803) 781-5280

- Grand Strand HELP -

Grand Strand Help
Myrtle Beach, SC
Ph: (843) 445-2871

- Low Country HELP -

Low Country Help c/o Planned Parenthood of South Carolina
3901A Main Street, Hilton Head, SC 29926
Ph: (803) 341-5070

- Tri County HELP -

Tri County Help
P.O. Box 1997, Mt. Pleasant SC 29465
Ph: (803) 884-7333

North Dakota herpes groups and herpes dating sites.

North Dakota herpes groups

LocalNorth Dakota groups are an amazing part of the herpes & HPV community for people with herpes, hpv in Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks, Minot, Mandan, Dickinson, Jamestown, West Fargo, Williston, Wahpeton. (Newly set up)

North Dakota herpes dating site

Dating with herpes in North Dakota is not easy, but herpes dating sites makes things different. is an good example, it is one of the best herpes dating site in Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks, Minot, Mandan, Dickinson, Jamestown, West Fargo, Williston, Wahpeton, connect with about 800,000 members online. We hope everyone can find love with herpes at  Find Local herpes match and friends.
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Advice to other members:

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