Hep b dating
To me, it is important if the potential date has common sense and good character.
A relationship requires compatibility and a sense of ‘I got your back’ as well as chemistry and attraction.She never told her college roommates about her infection, but trained since youth, she was careful to cover any cuts with bandages and not share razors, earrings or nail clippers.I tell her about a woman I know who was older, her age group had missed universal immunization by a couple of years.I have been on several dating sites since my divorce a few years ago, so I have some experience with this.My personal philosophy and method is to be selective about the people I choose to date.And so you keep interviewing, until you find the perfect fit.
That job may last years, a lifetime or a few months. FYI, I have been rejected for having chronic hepatitis B, and I have been in long-term relationships with men who had no issue with my HBV.
“I remember I wrote down the ten words, but a lot of them weren’t positive.
Afterwards, I realized I had forgotten to write down that I was creative and artistic.
Having HBV is only a small facet of who you are, and not a reason to give up on a loving relationship.
A partner who accepts you as you are and wants the best for you is someone who will not see HBV as a barrier to getting to know you.
I suspect her low viral load has freed her from constant worry about infecting others, as well as the fact that nearly all of her peers have been vaccinated.