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Tryin2Learn

So...you know the story...you realize something isn't right. you go to the doctor take a test and a few days later you are informed of something you don't want to hear :confused:. that was me may of 2008. i think i spent the rest of the year in denial. i am now coming to terms with things and coping ok. i know, i know it's taken me a while to come to this realization, but at least i'm finally here. i think the best thing is having sites like this to connect with people and kowing that you are not the only one in this situation. i found this site by doing a search to find some home remedies to control the outbreaks. i am currently taking medicine, but once i reach a year of taking the medicine i want to stop. i'm hoping that taking diet advice from this site will control my outbreaks. i also hope to be able to connect with people like me :)

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gotitsowhat

Hello and welcome

I did it the other way around. For the first few years I did not use any meds. I just dealt with it naturally. I gave my body time to make its own antibodies. Then, later on, I used meds but only when I have an outbreak. I'm lucky because I don't have them very often.

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