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... What causes herpes to recur remains a medical mystery. ... (2 replies)
Herpes
Jan 11, 2009
... what is the cause of repeated herpes between the buttock cleft Thank you Lizzy (4 replies)
... Hello everyone! I have had herpes 1 since i was a child. I used to have 1 outbreak per year. One year i had a lot of outbreaks. The last 4 years i didn't have any. ... (1 replies)

... Then you will know that you are not putting your husband at risk and that your repeated oral HSV1 outbreaks have nothing to do with HIV etc. ... (2 replies)
... Do you know if its routine for them to check for herpes when your first pregnant? ... (35 replies)
... I know I've repeated this over and over to others, but please TRY not to worry. I think I have done enough worrying for all of us. I'm the queen of worry. ... (35 replies)
... he numeric values together and as a whole that is the result but as a each separately they mean negative.. There are 5 different types of herpes.. chicken pox, herpes zorter, HSV1 and 2 and herpes encephalitis. ... (3 replies)
Herpes exposure
May 7, 2009
... ase let me know how it turns out, if everything is still negative, then I would consult a doctor to start looking for another reason... Tingling is a symptom, of Herpes but not limited to Herpes. Relax. ... (4 replies)
... boyfriend is not aware of ever having herpes but is getting tested. Could I have given myself gential herpes if I had put my finger in my mouth and toush my genital area without washing first? ... (1 replies)
... I never noticed any blisters but wonder now if my repeated yeast infections have really been Herpes all along. I sometimes have a strange feeling down my leg but no tingles in my genitals. ... (4 replies)
... od test is needed to differentiate them. You can have sex, but any of those are contagious with direct contact. Best to wait until lesions are healed. If you get repeated eruptions in similar place, it is HSV 1 or 2, the usual STD type. Zoster is usually much more painful and can stay painful after lesions heal, but rarely recurs. ... (1 replies)
Herpes virus
Apr 11, 2009
... Does the herpes virus become immune to repeated doses of acyclovir? ... (2 replies)
... Do you have any fresh news? I am really worried because 2 weeks after the unprotected sex I tested positive for Herpes simplex IGM; I repeated the blood test 3 months later and this time both tests HSV 1 and 2 came out positive (IGG 1.4 for both). The urologist dismissed them as posible false positives but i am really worried. He claimed that the values were really low. He... (9 replies)
Genital Herpes
Nov 24, 2007
... Why does genital herpes produce repeated episodes of small painful blisters that break off on the genitals (0 replies)
... Has anyone ever thought that their herpes virus may be causing other immune disorders? ... (0 replies)
... mycoplasma and ureaplasma. Two types of underlying conditions that can cause repeated infections with bv. ... (3 replies)
... Doesnt alcohol dry out your lips? Ive never done that, and I dont know if it woudl trigger it, but I have used herpecin L. I know horrible name, but the stuff works pretty well. I use it anytime I feel even the slightest tingle and I have not had a coldsore in a very very long time. That and it also kinda conditions your lips and makes them soft and it can go on or under... (1 replies)
... You have understood properly. As it was mentioned before each repeated course of treatment taken at the outbreak enhances the period of remission considerably and perhaps complete suppression will be achieved. ... (1 replies)
... on......Doc gives us a blood test as soon as we get an Ob, test comes back negative, Doc tells you you are in the clear.........and ultimately it turns out to be herpes ! ... (40 replies)
... No. There are different strains. Some apparently never cause repeated outbreaks, others are more severe. In addition each person reacts differently to a herpes infection, some people having many recurrences, others with the same strain having few or no recurrences. ... (2 replies)




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