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  1. TolkienNerd42

    Gave to Boyfriend

    Some background before I explain- I have not been formally diagnosed with herpes but I do get cold sores. It's been at least 2 years since my last one and since my life is very fast paced it's always the last thing on my mind. So when I got into my current relationship I had totally forgotten that I actually get them. My current issue is that I didn't realize I was getting a cold sore because I recently changed acne treatments and disregarded the tingling sensation as a reaction. I gave my boyfriend oral sex and that night after work saw what has now become a sore. I was up till midnight looking up all the research I could and type 1 can effect genitalia. So long story short I probably gave it to him and I feel like crap to the point where I think he should breakup with me. And he thought it was curable(he grew up in a bubble) which makes me feel even worse. I know it's not the worst STD out there which is putting my mind at rest a tiny bit but I still feel like a terrible person and a walking plague sack.
  2. I am Taking Hyperisince with Monolaurin from last 2 months , Monolaurin is a Good supplements helps a lot , But not sure about hyperisince if any reviews on this product pls update
  3. Any chronic cold sore sufferers? I need some advice on how you have dealt with this emotionally and anything that has helped treat or prevent outbreaks
  4. Dope1

    Scar help

    Hi all, I had an outbreak during Christmas and while it was within the blistering/healing stages. I had accidentally wiped it off - causing the healing to start all over again. Normally when it accidentally peels off it heals without any scars. This time it has left a red mark where the outbreak occurred. it has now been 4 months. I have been applying coconut oil and chapstick and need a solution as I don't see it getting any better. I try to use cover up when out in public because it's just embarrassing. Anyone else dealing with this? What are you using? I tried Maderma but it has this itchy feeling and I don't want to cause paranoia of an outbreak coming on again. The dermatologist said it is just redness that can fade over time. Thinking I may need a second opinion?
  5. is this herpes ? last time i had sex was 3 years ago and i never noticed any symptoms like described in multiple forums , about 2 months ago i noticed this and i do not know since when its there , under my penis head are also sores or idk what they are, they feel small and hard you can see them in the picture , they neither hurt nor itch , in my country there is no specialist for this i consulted a doctor they sent me to a skin doctor i will visit him tomorrow , i am prepared that i have herpes i just wanted to ask you guys what you think about this and also they said that there is no specific blood test for HSV where i come from so i am lost
  6. Looks like there is now a site that's in English selling Amenalief (amenamevir) for the rock bottom price of about $95.43 USD a day. ($668 shipped for 14 x 200mg pills at 400mg/ daily dose). Amenalief is one of the helicase primase-inhibitor class of drugs that has been around for the better part of a couple decades, but has just recently made it to market in Japan. Pritelivir is also a member of this drug class. For those that have less than stellar results from current antivirals, helicase primase-inhibitors are likely to offer a relatively impressive improvement in quality of life assuming you can afford the ongoign cost of using them suppressively (needless to say they are NOT a cure). As a side note, the FDA blocked further testing of Pritelivir back in 2013, so in case you're wondering why you cannot buy this class of drugs as a consumer at your local pharmacy for a more reasonable price using your prescription drug plan, you owe a large thanks to the FDA for your being forced to weight your physical and emotional HSV-related damages against the cost of this treatment. If anyone out there is independently wealthy, willing to order an antiviral drug from a Japanese company, and would be so kind as to report back with their experiences taking Amenalief suppressively, I'm sure many of your fellow sufferers would be extremely thankful! https://www.mimaki-family-japan.com/item/detail?item_prefix=TF&item_code=705711&item_branch=001
  7. Hi guys, so I’m relatively new to this site and to the Herpes virus itself. I was just diagnosed with HSV-2 about 3 weeks ago and suffered from an excruciating primary outbreak. I was in so much pain and had no idea how to manage it or my symptoms, aside from taking my prescribed antivirals. I couldn’t walk for days, instead I waddled around my house like a pregnant woman. It was so painful to pee I would literally sob and pace in front of my bathroom for 20mins before I got the courage to even sit on the toilet. I was miserable and the only comfort I found was in prescription pain meds. I searched everywhere online for ways to speed up the healing process and relieve my symptoms before I went insane. I found very little, just a few tips on how not to scratch your sores and wear cotton underwear. Annoyingly unhelpful tips. It took a bit of trial and error, reading dozens of medical articles on Herpes and the biology of ulcerated cold sores, but I finally figured out a regimen that healed my sores (and restored my sanity) in about 4 days. So, I’m sharing this in hopes it will help someone suffering from their first outbreak of genital herpes. I’m not a medical professional, this is just what worked for me. I consulted my doctor before trying any of this and she confirmed it all to be safe. First, and this may seem obvious, but stop shaving/waxing. Let it grow, it’s okay. And go commando as often as you can. I didn’t wear panties for a week. It was actually pretty liberating. Go to your local Walgreens and buy a couple boxes of the Aveeno active naturals soothing bath treatment with 100% natural colloidal oatmeal. Mix a packet of this stuff in a hot bath and soak. Make the water as hot as you can stand it. I would soak for an hour a day, twice a day. This soothes the inflammation and itchiness like nothing else. It also cleanses and moisturizes your skin so, ya know, win-win. Also, whenever I had to pee (I would wait until my bladder was about to explode) I would fill up the tub with again the hottest water I could stand and kneel in it, don’t squat. Then I’d pee. Instant relief. First time I tried it, I bit down on a hand towel just in case I needed to scream. Just a precaution if you have nervous neighbors. I washed my genital area with only Dove’s sensitive skin body wash. The bar soap works fine as well. Use a baby washcloth (they’re softer) and gently wash every part of your vaginal area. Between your labia, sides of the vulva, vaginal opening, perineum, and between your cheeks. Rinse and repeat as needed. This cut down on my discharge and deminished the smell as well. It’s a gentle formula with no dyes, fragrances, or sulfates and it’s hypoallergenic so it won’t further irritate your already pissed off skin. Now this was the game changer. You need to disinfect the area to help your sores heal. Listen. Hydrogen peroxide and 10% povidone-iodine. I read in a medical article that this healed genital cold sores faster than acyclovir cream, which just set my labia on fire. I would take about half a cup of hydrogen peroxide and mix equal parts of warm water to dilute. Make sure the water is warm, you’ll love it. Take a cotton pad and saturate it well, then dab away. I had sores on the sides of my labia, around my clitoris, and along my perineum so I concentrated my dabbing on these areas. Do this a few times, then let it air dry. Then I would take a q-tip dipped in the solution, place it on a sore, and rotate it. This helped with lifting that nasty, pus-filled core out of the sore. But do it gently. After that, I would pretty much do the same thing with the iodine. Iodine is an amazing antiseptic so use it generously. I would apply about 3 layers and let it air dry. Be carefu because it will stain surfaces and skin. I used a glove when applying. You can get all this stuff from your local pharmacy or Walmart, Target, etc. When I started this regimen, it only took 3 days for all of my sores to lose their gross centers and become pink and healthy looking. By the 4th day, I had no more soreness, no discharge, no itchiness, and my sores had almost closed completely. And of course I was taking my antivirals twice a day as prescribed. I know it’s not much, but it really did make a difference in my healing process. After about 8-9 days of doing this every day, twice a day, including the baths, all of the infected skin had healed and my culture swabs came back clean. I am now on suppressive antivirals, but I only take them when I feel that horrible tingle and itch (which is not often). After speaking with my doctor about natural ways to manage the virus, I got in touch with a local herbalist who pointed me in the direction of a number of herbal supplements that hinder the intensity of the virus on your system. I am taking L-lysine tablets twice a day, 1000mg, and Astragalus capsules, also twice a day, 1000mg. If you’d like to go the natural route with managing/preventing your outbreaks I would definitely recommend these. Sorry for the length, but I hope this helps! - A
  8. EverythingWillBeOK

    Gave my Fiancee Cold Sores

    Well, thanks to me and my childhood virus, my fiancee has contracted HSV-1. He just went on Vatrex, 1MG, but it seems we can't escape the "red flare ups", which eventually go away and never turn in to any sore. It has pretty much ruined his life, and something that I thought was "manageable" has now turned into complete hysteria and panic, and emotional distress for the both of us. A. I never used to think they were THAT big of a deal- other than the tragedies of missing birthdays, ect. B. Now he is SO stressed about them, which makes me feel eternally guilty and he says he is suicidal. Great feeling 3 months before your wedding. Help?
  9. I just had my first cold sore. My wife is really really sensitive about hygiene and disease etc. We are planning on having another child and she is terrified of contracting and passing on the virus. She says after my cold sore has disappeared we still have to wait at least 3 weeks until I can stop washing and quarantining everything I touch and before she will think about kissing me again. And even then, we have to kiss carefully, not too much tongue. And knowing that I could be shedding in the future at any time without warning symptoms, I know she is going to be constantly thinking and worrying about it. I mean no offense to people with genital herpes or serious illnesses, but this is devastating to me. I love intimate physical contact and I feel like our relationship has changed forever and will never be the same. She is completely set in her way of thinking and will never change or relax. I would appreciate any advice or similar experiences shared. Thanks.
  10. Vorta

    Herpes Simplex

    I have been diagnosed by scraping of herpes simplex ( cold sores) on my should and scalp. I couldn’t believe the labs result. But there it is!
  11. Saw “Downsizing” this weekend. It’s the new Matt Damon movie. Toward the end (no spoilers— don’t worry), an important scientist in the movie introduces a young man who was the first baby born in the downsized world. The young man smiles and he has a huge, red, glistening cold sore on his lip. From the audience in the theatre, it was mostly silence. But I heard a few snickers, a few laughs, and a few groans. My boyfriend, who I had just told of my new HSV-1 diagnosis (and he is my giver but he denies it), leaned to my ear and said, “He’s got the Herpes,” loud enough for the people around us to hear. At least he didn’t say, “He’s got YOUR Herpes.” https://youtu.be/QKEPCcPVrx0
  12. I am really pissed off that my partner's mum kissed me on the cheek twice with a healing cold sore. Here we all are on this forum trying to educate ourselves as much as possible about this virus, agonising over how to protect partners, and even debating whether we can embark on a relationship ever again and yet this person with a cold sore is so ignorant and uneducated that they will put someone else at risk by initiating skin to skin contact with an active infection. I know she probably thinks nothing on it and almost certainly has no knowledge of asymptomatic shedding, but surely the very least she could do is be mindful of contact with people while she has a full blown sore. I don't care that oral hsv1 is very common. I already have hsv2 and don't want hsv1 as well (yes I have heard that it's hard to get hsv1 with a preexisting hsv2 infection but she doesn't know what I have or don't have. Perhaps it's irrational given the fact it was only my cheek. But it's the lack of thought that incenses me, while I have stressed over this every day since getting it.
  13. I’m not promoting this product in any form to benefit myself. I was talking to a friend who is in medical school currently here and there is some research and experimentation going on regarding treatments for OHSV-1 in the virology lab as well as the dental school. One of the dental professors tried to use a green tea extract on one of his patients and it worked so well that he came up with this ointment, which they seem to frequently use to treat patients here who have cold sores and it has shown to be very effective. If anyone wants to try AverTeaX here is the link for it: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AXA5FYI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_sW48zbHWNWWVW
  14. Is thia herpes? I notice this for a week after suspected exposure. (Kissing) or am I overthinking? my lips sometimes itch but the white spots doesnt hurt.
  15. Can hsv be spread by kissing someone on the neck while having a coldsore? Does there have to be a cut on the neck in order for this to happen?
  16. Soooo I messed up. I applied some coconut to my cold sore and didn’t wash my hands. Then I proceeded to get dressed for work. Now I’m wondering, if I touched my vagina while I was getting dressed (like tucking in my shirt or something) could I have transmitted the disease to my genitals? Or would the coconut oil have killed the virus that was on my fingertips? I do have anxiety and cannot stop thinking about the possibility of transmitting HSV1 to my genitals. I know I should have washed my hands immediately and I realize that I messed up. Please help. Quote Edit
  17. Hey everyone, so I have a relative (no names obviously) and about 4 days ago, I shared a drink from the same bottle with this relative of mine, however my relative didn't disclose to me that he/she has herpes and possibly HIV until recently, this relative also has herpes zoster (blisters) on the thighs, I might be over-reacting but I have a little itchy sensation around my body (just a little) and a little sore on my tongue. Could I have contracted herpes by any chance? also what measures can I take now to be sure that I don't have this condition? do I take a test? are the vitamins / supplement I should take for the time being? I might be over-reacting but I would appreciate some suggestions.
  18. useless

    hsv1 coldsore symptoms

    I have a question to people who suffer from cold sores from hsv1.does anyone experience headaches, ear problems, eye problems, flu like symptoms, coughing, sneezing or neuralgia.
  19. Lisa777

    Incubation period oral

    Is it possible to develop oral herpes symptoms 45 days after unprotected oral sex? I developed a sore throats which tested negative of strep 45 days after and the bumps are still in the back of my throats and they get inflamed on and off? It was burning of the lips and throats tightness the first day which I thought was from eating too much pineapple... then I got hit with Pharangytis the next couple days after....also I had pimples above my lip not on my lip
  20. Gerry

    A new-found gem

    Hi everyone, I'm new to the site, but I wanted to let people know about something amazing that I found some time ago on Amazon. It's a treatment called Salubrex, and it works wonders! I tried it on my cold sore, and it cleared up faster than anything else I've eve tried in my life. I can't tell you how happy it's made me to know that I've finally found something that gets rid of my cold sores fast. But here's the best part. After it worked so well on my lip when I got a cold sore, I tried it out on my HSV2 outbreak the next time one came up. No kidding, it worked on that too. I just wanted to share this with people since it worked so well for me.
  21. Hey everyone. I'm new to the site, but I've unfortunately been getting cold sores (orally) since I was very young. (Presumably contracted from a family member as a child/baby) This past year I have had 6 outbreaks. (Usually I have 1 or 2 max a year.) I've been under a lot of stress, more than usual, but now it's just getting too much. I have been suffering from clinical depression for over a decade and an anxiety disorder for about 6 years, and even through all of that, my OB's never became more frequent, until this year. I take Lysine daily, Vitamin C, try any foods to boost the immune system, especially those high in Lysine and low (or no) arginine, as well as a Virulite system, which actually did seem to shorten my last OB. (Usually they last about a week or sometimes even 2 or longer, using the virulite, my cold sore had come and gone in exactly 4 days. Suffice to say, I was absolutely elated.) I was just wondering if anyone can relate to a highly stressful life (I'm a full time carer to a very stubborn, disabled family member, hence the high stress) and has had any luck with preventing outbreaks? If so, how? I'm in a long term relationship with a very carefree fella, who has HSV-1 also but doesn't ever seem to get outbreaks. (The boy just never stresses haha. But I don't want to be giving him unnecessary cold sores or worse, spreading it to him through oral sex.) Just looking for some tips on either dietary, natural or medical tips and tricks that have worked to keep the virus dormant for others for more than a few months. Any help/advice is appreciated. Thanks all. Warmest greetings, LillysMum
  22. I know most people aren’t willing to put themselves out there when it comes to letting people know the reality of herpes, which isn’t the mellowed out version that the media spits out. I know it’s difficult because we all just want to be pain free and/or cured of this virus without letting everyone see we might be victims of this indiscriminate, lifeless set of proteins. I want to ask, though, wouldn’t it feel rewarding if you were involving yourself even in a minute manner to let more people know about the seriousness of the very thing that affects us and millions of new people every year? Please give me your opinion on this, but I wanted to propose a flyer or mini posters that could be handed out to people and it would have brief, but impactful words or statements on HSV, the number of people affected, and how it’s not tested for. I will make the flyer myself and show it to those who would be willing to print out copies of it and put them up at local universities or anywhere it would be legal and appropriate and also hand them out to people. I will need more people than just myself doing this if we want to spread the word to as many people possible. So please PM me or let me know on this thread if you want to help. P.S. I used to intern at a medical health education center and I have good relations with the director of the program who tries to help raise awareness for health issues, diseases, etc. I will be meeting her next week and try to discuss this or any better ways to help.
  23. Former Great

    Lemon - good or bad for cold sores?

    Are lemons good or bad for cold sores? I love my water with some juice from fresh lemons but recently came across an article on livestrong.com that actually says lemons are bad for cold sores? Anyone have any feedback on this?
  24. Exploring how herpes simplex virus changes when passed between family members October 20, 2017 A new study explores how herpes simplex virus might change when passed from one individual to another, information that may prove useful in future development of therapeutics and vaccines. This rare glimpse into a transmission event reveals nearly perfect genetic transmission of the virus from a father to his son and lays the foundation for future studies exploring the genetic diversity of this virus. A paper describing the study appears online Oct. 20 in the journal Scientific Reports. “Millions of people worldwide have herpes simplex virus,” said Moriah Szpara, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Penn State and an author of the paper. “We see locally distinct variants of the virus with distinct genetic fingerprints in different regions around the world, and, with the prevalence of international travel, we’re starting to see a lot of different variants of the virus appearing in one place. This could have implications for how the virus evolves and how we design therapeutics to combat it. Studies of a related virus — human cytomegalovirus — suggest that the virus diversifies after transmission, and we wanted to see if this was also the case for herpes simplex virus.” Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) is a highly contagious infection that commonly causes oral and genital lesions. More severe symptoms can also occur, such as eye disease and, in rare cases, encephalitis -- inflammation of the brain that can cause flu-like symptoms, confusion, seizures, or problems with movement. Although some medications can reduce the severity and frequency of the symptoms, there is no cure for HSV-1 and no guaranteed way to prevent transmission. HSV-1 can be transmitted through contact with sores or saliva around the mouth — as is often the case in familial transmission — or sexually. “Capturing transmission of herpes simplex virus is incredibly difficult,” said Szpara, “in part because the social stigma associated with having the virus makes it unlikely for sexual partners to admit when they transmit it. The virus also lasts a lifetime. Unlike the flu, which comes and goes, HSV remains in an individual’s body for the remainder of their life. Periods of latency and reactivation make it hard to know exactly when the virus was first transmitted.” “In this study, we had a known case of familial transmission,” said Nancy Sawtell, professor at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and an author of the paper. “Samples from a father and son were cultured in the lab, enabling us to investigate potential differences of the virus after transmission. To gain a comprehensive look at the results of transmission, we used genetic sequencing, and we examined each virus in an animal model to compare the level of virulence, or the ability to cause disease. Animal models have the ability to reflect the interactions of all the body’s systems at once — the outer surface, the immune system and the nervous system all interact during the response to herpes simplex virus infection.” Genetically, the viruses taken from the father and son were a near-perfect match. The viruses also had similar pathology when tested in mice — they grew at a similar rate and had a similar ability to set up long-term infection in the brain. Although the viruses from the father and son were not completely identical, these results suggest that HSV-1 may not change much when transmitted between closely related individuals. However, the researchers suspect that transmission between unrelated hosts may provide a more dramatic opportunity for change. “An individual’s immune system exerts selection pressure on a virus,” said Utsav Pandey, graduate student at Penn State and first author of the study. “The son got at least half of his immune system from his father, so it was probably a similar selective environment. Unrelated individuals likely differ more in their immune system, which could shape the virus.” The research team also compared the performance of the viruses from the father and son to two separate clinical cultures of HSV-1. The variants from the father and son were less virulent — less severe — when tested in mice. Additionally, the genome sequence of the viruses in the father and son, who were from the United States, did not fit in as expected with other HSV-1 genomes that have been genetically sequenced from the United States or Europe. “This study broadens our knowledge of what herpes simplex virus variants are circulating in the U.S.,” said Szpara. “It’s not just the United States/European variants that are used in vaccine development and clinical studies. When we think about designing therapeutics and vaccines, we need to know how the virus can differ or we may design something that only controls the virus from a particular region.” To further understand how genetic diversity of HSV-1 is generated, the researchers plan to turn their attention to studying transmission of the virus between unrelated individuals. “If we could understand how much the virus changes when passed between unrelated individuals and how the virus’ genetics influences the level of virulence or level of harm the virus can do,” said Szpara, “then hopefully we can design better treatments for HSV-1.” In addition to Szpara, Sawtell, and Pandey, the research team includes Daniel Renner, computational scientist at Penn State; and Richard Thompson, professor of molecular genetics, biochemistry, and microbiology at the University of Cincinnati. The work was funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Pennsylvania Department of Health Commonwealth Universal Research Enhancement (CURE) program and supported by the Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences at Penn State. http://news.psu.edu/story/489409/2017/10/20/research/exploring-how-herpes-simplex-virus-changes-when-passed-between
  25. I’m a very active and healthy guy and almost never get sick like I have been for the past two months. I have no appetite, sometimes nausea, and not enjoying anything I used to. I returned from a trip abroad in south asia before the 2 months and was very sick there. When I came back I had sexual intercourse (and first time being sexually active). The next day I felt like I had a UTI and fever and aching everywhere and theperson I was with fell very sick with flu like symptoms as me just a couple days later after I did. She has been tested several times over the course of a year for everything (but i’m not sure hsv since most clinics don’t) and she’s been negative for everything. Literally the next day I got this redness and irritation at the tip of my penis (and maybe goes further into my urethra?) which hasn’t since gone away. It stung and was super sensitive for the first week but then it subsided a bit. A few weeks later I was diagnosed with HSV-2 but was negative for everything else and as many of you can guess I was pretty devastated because if not from the person I was with then who or how could I have gotten it. She got tested as well just a couple of weeks ago and found out she’s positive just for hsv2 as well now. I just saw a urologist yesterday and she said that my redness and irritation could be one of 2 things: irritation due to my first outbreak or post herpetic neuralgia. What she doesn’t know though is that I didn’t have an outbreak until almost 2 weeks later after this started occuring. I also asked her if it could be HPV, but after poking and prodding down there and it hurting like hell she said it’s not and its just skin tags from when I had hypospadias surgery when i was young. The person i had intercourse with has been tested negative for hpv as well. I personally believe it’s neither of the 2 things the urologist thought it might be, but i’ve been pretty depressed and upset if this is actually due to herpes and something i’ll have to live the rest of my life with and not be able to play sports again because i’m worried that will irritate it or if its something like an injury that will heal over time. Please help if anyone can.
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