You can speak with your health care provider to discuss this possibility; the downside to suppressive therapy is that it can be expensive.
Another thing to consider is whether or not your concerns are in the context of a committed relationship.
Many feel anxious when they hear the word “herpes.” As a society, we tend to make jokes about herpes, rather than take it seriously.
Perhaps because of this attitude, a good deal of confusion exists about herpes and how it's different from other types of common sexually transmissible infections (STIs).
It's not an easy situation to be in, knowing that there's a potential for herpes to be transmitted, and no one but you and your partner(s) can decide the best course of action.
In time, you'll likely come up with a few ways that will let both of you feel safe and enjoy your sexual adventures, regardless of herpes.
Whether it be a romantic partner, a friend, or ourselves, it's important to know the facts about herpes and how to have a healthy, safe and enjoyable sex life, while minimizing the risk of transmission.