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It is early to know if results will last or not but I asked a friend you does laser hair removal to treat my genital and anal areas. It was surprisingly bearable, not too painful. It has been 24 hours and I have no more itching and the bumps and blisters have diminished by more than 80 percent.
I have genital herpes HSV2 since mid-December 2009. I have not had complete healing of blisters and itching only lessening and increasing of symptoms, although not nearly as intense as when it first started in December. I did take antibiotics for another infection, at the same time and after I was prescribed fluconazole to prevent a yeast infection. I tried 3 days of antiviral medication with only moderate improvement of symptoms. I even used Canestan anti-fungal cream for days in case the itching and bumps were due to a yeast infection and not the herpes.
I feel hopeful today. Laser research should be considered in the treatment of herpes. I tried electrolysis on one almost healed blister but it did not seem to improve nor worsen it.View Thread
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My boyfriend has pain in his left testicle and his penis gets red and hot he also has a knot in lower left abdomen. We went and seen our primary care physician and he tol him it was epidydimitus and gave medication. Still hurting two weeks later so we went to an urologists and he said it is not epidydimitus to stop taking all medications and come back in two weeks. He has no appetite and feels tired all the time. What could this be?View Thread
long story short I have been with my boyfriend off and on for two and a half years. We split up for seven...
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long story short I have been with my boyfriend off and on for two and a half years. We split up for seven months within this time frame and when we did. I ran into an ex and clicked hooks up and five months later I found out i had type 2 herpes. Since all this I have been back with my love of my life and he is not infected, well that I am aware of. I dont no how to tell him and Im so scared! I no what I am doing by taking my acyclovir and hidding this from him is not right I need some serious advice... Also I read something called Quickclear has anyone tried this heard about it does it work or not? Also I think i am seeing breakout signs on my butt and kinda legs i am seeing lil pimples all over not in clusters lil bumps more or less is this a breakout coming and I swear I just got over a single blister not even a week ago is this possible this is just acne.. I have been infected for a year and this is the first time I have reached out for help but Im not sure that my 400mg acyclovir is working well anymore like it usta... anyone that can give advice I would be so thankful.View Thread
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