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shoshane

What do yall think.

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shoshane

Ok so 2 weeks ago I got a bump on my shaft. It kinda looks like a vocano. Two days after that I got the same type of bump at the top of my nuts. Then 3 days after that another bump started to form on the side of the 1st bump. All 3 look like little vocano's and everyone here knows im with someone who has HSV-2 So what do yall think about what I got. They hurt but nothing I cant handle. The way yall talk these things hurt really bad, and thats not what im feeling. But let me know.

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ginnyp

They usually hurt more for women because of how we're built, and how things rub, and many times it's the pee touching the sores that makes them hurt. Mine hurt but was bearable, some people get it worse and usually just the first ob REALLY hurts bad. But it does depend on location of the sore.

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helied2me

shoshane, the next time you get one of those volcanos, try to get in to see a doctor within 24-48 hours so they can swab it and test it for HSV. If it's a yellow pus as opposed to a clear fluid, have them test for staph. If it's MRSA, you don't want to ignore it.

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shoshane

Today I look and the one on my nuts is almost gone. And the other one on my shaft is gonging away.

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      ANd eight hours is on a surface...on a towel who knows. The eight hours was a quote off a thread a long time ago of worst case senerio. Obviously it doesnt survive double touching unless its some weird arse almost immediate thing off a shedding site and this is all WORST case scenerio. HSV shouldnt be treated with stigma...but for everyones well being it should be treated as carefully as poss. It is a highly contagious condition and can be difficult to diagnose and GP's will let you walk away thinking you are clear when you are not if you do not do your due diligence.    

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      it happened to me i think i should know.; someone caught it off me off a towel. it bloody well happens.
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      This is total BS and scaremongering. Please study further on here and elsewhere to learn a few more facts. 
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