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Only in extremely rare cases can the virus result in serious infections.
Still, herpes has a social stigma attached to it that for many sufferers is worse than the actual infection.
While having many sexual partners does carry increased risks of acquiring any STI, herpes can spread between partners in long-term relationships just as easily, he said.
“Many of the people who may be making jokes about herpes may in fact have it themselves and they are unaware of it,” said Mc Kay.
The live video was watched by 40 people, none of whom called police, according to media reports.