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I know GENITAL HERPES is a recurrent and transmitting disease. But I recently married two months back at late age (36) so I need kids at the earliest so I cannot practice safe sex with my wife and whenever there are no outbreaks I am doing intercourse. 1).in this case (absence of outbreaks) any chances of transmitting the disease? 2).or is there any way that my semen should go into her without intercourse so that semen should go in and make her pregnant?

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You should get tested for Herpes for IgG & IgM if test is negative then nothing to worry if IgM is positive take complete treatment IgG is positive then there is no need of treatment if you disorder on vagina without intercourse than even she can be pregnant.
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