That is a little comforting to know that treatment can potentially get you out of this situation all together. Maybe that is why they have such a relatively positive success rate.
I understand your frustration with the whole sex issue. It would be a lot easier if the guys could get tested to at least find out if they have cleared the virus yet. I know that there is a lot of speculation that couples can't ping pong the virus back and forth, but the doctors don't even know the basics about this virus, so how could they know that for sure?
I tried making my husband use condoms, especially when I was on indol-3-carbinol, but he isn't very into the rubbers, imagine that. At this point, I would be happy never to have sex again and that's just wrong. And sad. I'm only 32 and this should be my "prime" and instead I just feel like sex = disease, pain, biopsies, etc.
It's funny that you wish you were in the "wait and see" club because I wish I was in your shoes and actually potentially getting something resolved at this point. I've been in the waiting club for almost two years now and would like to move past this part of my life
Of course, that might change with my next biopsy in a few weeks.......