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... don't remember it, but my parents have talked about how horrible my initial outbreak was in the past.. apparently it was quite painful for me and I had many many oral sores. ... (5 replies)
... don't remember it, but my parents have talked about how horrible my initial outbreak was in the past.. apparently it was quite painful for me and I had many many oral sores. ... (2 replies)
... i think you had better get another hiv test,wait 6 months after the first test you had done.if it is negative also,(i hope it is)then you need to get back to the dr asap,there is something wrong here,bad wrong,and you have got to find out what it is.something is not right,dont wait around,find another dr if you have to. (4 replies)

... I have a question as to if I have Oral Herpes. ... (4 replies)
... cold sores go away on their own and don't require medication. It gets better with time. ... (6 replies)
... Hi... It is important to Relax it will be the best thing to do and support each other instead of turning away from each other. ... (8 replies)
... are physician and tested negative for strep. I asked about the cuts on the sides of my mouth, and my doctor shrugged and said "It's either a viral infection that will go away or you have a little herpes virus, but since you tested negative I think it is a normal viral infection. ... (0 replies)
New to Oral Herpes
Sep 14, 2007
... h need to be educated!! I have no idea have to deal with this and to have a normal life and sexually since I have never had an outbreak. Should I use condoms on oral or intercourse? ... (14 replies)
... wn to about 2 or 3 a year. A couple months back I woke up with what I can only describe as Bronchitis and an outbreak which occured a few days after. I did not go to the doctor and let the bronchitis as well as the outbreak run it's course. Here is where the problems begin. ... (1 replies)
... spots go away with the cold. ... (10 replies)
... i never had this. this is really crazy. i'm just waiting for these to go back to normal and get a few every 2 years. weird. i went to the doctor to see if i'm sick or strep or anything that could cause these outbreaks. nothin'. ... (2 replies)
... day for a few days and it should go away. You can also try using the abreva cream or a lysine ointment topically on the lips. ... (6 replies)
Oral Sex
Oct 15, 2007
... Thanks for the response. It has actually been 11 days and so far I am ok no sores but you bet I am going to the Dr. in the AM I was just informed today by this person who has been a friend for more than 20 years and it just goes to say You never know a person really!! I feel a little better. Thanks and I am so greatful for this site and your advise. Thanks Again (5 replies)
Oral Sex
Oct 15, 2007
... months to show up positive on a blood test. Therefore, the herpes infection that he had is at least that old. However, it's entirely possible that he didn't know he had it, as many people don't show symptoms. ... (5 replies)
Is this herpes?!
Jul 26, 2005
... e inner part of my flap really. Well, about a week ago, this bump started burning only when I would pee. I thought nothing of it, because I figured it would just go away. And the burning did, but not the bump. Well about 3 or 4 days ago, I noticed the bump got bigger. ... (1 replies)
... Thing is....he does not go down on me. He hinted that he'd like to explore this at a certain point when we first started dating. ... (9 replies)
... Herpes of the eye is very treatable and rarely causes blindness ,Your son needs to be seen right away that way if it is herpes, it is treated quickly and will not effect the eyesight. You def need to make your current physician aware of your status, that insures you get the best treatment. ... (5 replies)
... If you get the facts then the two of you will have a chance to deal with whatever it is. ... (6 replies)
... ld sore. However in the situation you describe, I would say that there is a small risk of reinfection because an ACTIVE SORE is involved. You really have to stay away from those active sores, because they are the biggest risk. ... (1 replies)
... Oh..and also the longer she has this the less outbreaks she will have also the transmission rate is said to decrease as well. ... (6 replies)

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