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    • Free73
      Once you start to open up and tell people, you will realise that most people really don't give a shit about herpes. I actually felt a little embarrassed after I told friends and family and they were 'yeah and so what'? I'm sure there are judgemental people out there that will say 'ewww gross', but they are generally people that add no value to your life anyway
    • Tracy121
      Hello everyone, i want to tell about how i was cured of Herpes an embarrassing genital disease by Doctor Odoma. I was browsing through the Internet searching for remedy on STD and i saw comment of people talking about how Doctor Odoma cured them. I Was scared because i never believed in the Internet but i was convince to give him a try because i having no hope of been cured of Herpes and other infections so i decided to contact him with his email that was listed on the comment ( ) when i contacted him he gave me hope and send a Herbal medicine to me that i took and it seriously worked for me, am a free person now without problem. I pray for you Dr. Odoma God will give you everlasting life, you shall not die before your time for being a sincere and a honest man. Am so happy, you can also contact him if you have any Sexually Transmitted disease please Email: He will definitely put an end to your embarrassment.  
    • Free73
      Best paragraph on here ever
    • b12castles Thought it would be good to start from here. Anyone with links to US congress or MoH in any country?
    • thishurts
      Hey there, im new to the forum and was hoping someone could relate to the horrendous prodome symptoms I get, I'm having an OB for the first time in awhile and I had forgot how bad I get the nerve pain before the lesions show up - I thought I had done something to my back and irritated my sciatic nerve! Three days of agony, nerve pain from ass to my heel  I mean seriously- my heel! And not really much in usual pubic area, so I was actually quite surprised when I woke up and it was obviously an OB on the way and now the vag zaps have started and the itch, oh the itch  miserable!  So can anyone relate? I can't walk properly my leg is in so much pain, right down the sciatic nerve and I read it can attack that.   And how can you reduce them??? I jumped on the antivirals as soon as I realised what it was and I had a look and it's a whopper (not open sore yet)  So no wonder it has been extra bad this time!  Would love some feedback xx   Thank you! 
    • adiebear
      I'm pasting this from somewhere else. Part of a a poll on stigma this lovely man did a few years ago. I caught herpes 5 years ago to the day, and since then have made myself very knowledgeable about the subject, right down to cytological levels. I have spoken to many people at length on the subject and have stood back to study how people act and react. I looked at myself and how I reacted to herpes and how step-by-step I realised certain patterns of emotion emerging that I could identify with.   I would also argue that the oft overlooked and major crippling symptom of herpes is the psychological impact, and really that is the crux of it. And I argue that this symptom is what hurts anyone. More than any blister. And this symptom CAN be cured and life will be better for it. I see people going through these phases and they are very similar to the Bereavement Process. DENIAL – That can't be a herpes blister. I have always been very careful. Not me! DISGUST – You have just been diagnosed with herpes. You know you have it. How could you have been so foolish? Didn't you know? Maybe you deserve it from karma, after all there was that time when. DESPAIR – Nobody will love me now. I am unclean, the leper of modern society. I must ring my bell and cry 'Unclean! Unclean!' in the streets of dating and love. FEAR – I'll definitely give it to someone and anybody I love or sleep with. I'd hate myself if they got it from me. I'm alone. I am vulnerable. I am afraid. I am different. GUILT – I must have deserved this from karma, I'm so sorry World for bringing this disease to you. My lovers beware that they share my suffering. If I had been good and pure and clean I wouldn't be like this...I am so sorry. I have learned my lesson! Honest! ANGER – Why me! I don't deserve this shit!Bloody Muggles too! They all hate me because I have herpes! They don't they know the truth about it! They won't accept me! Society is bad because of how They treat me. I said sorry goddamit! They stigmatise me because of herpes. (They? What They? Name some people. Try that now. Name them. Not as many as you think?) DEPRESSION – I seem to be getting nowhere with this. Got to take this pills all my life. I can't find a date or can't tell my date about herpes. I'm so loneley. OPENING – I started telling my mates, which was easy enough. Now, I'm not that bothered talking about herpes, something that was hard before. Told a few dates, most of them stayed. Well, the ones that were properly interested. One or two teasers used it as an excuse and fucked off but who cares ACCEPTANCE - Herpes doesn't define me. I am who I am, a perfectly normal and healthy human being. I tell dates, they don't mind and if they do I trash them. I couldn't be with anyone that closed minded. If they can't accept something purile like herpes, where will it stop! ENLIGHTENMENT – The stigma that I thought the Muggles had was in fact my own. I took my guilt and anger and projected it onto society. When I went looking for it, there it was. Right in front of me where I put it. My immune system kills herpes every time I get an OB. I can't loose the infection but really am I suffering from herpes? Occasionally inconvenienced, but suffering?   So, I think perhaps the answers to my polls reflect this. That the stigma of herpes is our own negativity, (and particularly the guilt we feel to ourselves) that we project.   So how does this all relate to a 'cure'. Look at a definition. “To restore to health”. Most people are perfectly healthy with herpes, and get an occasional OB. “To relieve or rid of something detrimental such as an illness or bad habit”. I suggest that once people forgive themselves and rid themselves of their guilt they will rid themselves of an important symptom of herpes as an illness, namely their own projected stigma. Their own “ mark of disgrace or infamy; a stain or reproach, as on … reputation”. It is also a bad habit people get into! To cure herpes, we need to look at what we are letting it do to our hearts and minds and cure that. Then we won't be a herpes sufferers, we will be somebody that is occasionally inconvenienced.   Until we overcome this wall, herpes will forever affect us and cause us the greatest suffering that this virus can cause, i.e. The self induced psychological trauma.   Sadly, it's not easy to see this wall. It will be easy to miss it and many can't see it or are so trapped they won't allow themselves to see it. Unfortunately (and with all respect to management here) H-ype is also a self-fulfilling prophesy. Those of us who care, are sensitive or class ourselves as sufferers are to be met here. After all, if herpes was such the big deal in society, we'd have thousands online all the time. You are likely to meet very like-minded people that have also got to climb this wall completely, or come on day visits to the other-side of their own walls.   So, what is my remedy for a cure? What would I advise?   Firstly, get used to telling people. This I would say is a golden rule. You will then see how little it matters to your friends/family/colleagues. Most of them will know someone they already love (parent, friend, sibling former partner etc) that gets some kind of cold-sore. You will find liberation in that. You will find acceptance in people very quickly, and you can't project your own guilt or fear.   People you love will be no different and you will find telling potential partners much easier if you are cool about the topic yourself. By giving the Talk, the recipient will automatically wonder if it something they should worry about. If you are loaded with guilt and fear, then you will be emitting hundreds of clues in your body language; tone of voice; eye contact; gestures etc. People pick up on these subliminal signals very well, and if you seem afraid then so will they be.   Secondly, see herpes as the tool and not yourself. A lot of you reading this may have stories of how some bastard sleeping around gave it to you and they never loved you and cheated etc. Well, unless they already have herpes, you have a great acid-test for a person. If they care for you, it really won't matter. If they are not that serious or just playing the field, then it will. So herpes helps you sift the wheat from the chaff in your love life. I know one girl that gets rid of over randy admirers in clubs by pulling the herpes card, now that takes some front!   Above all, do what you can to rid yourself of guilt and fear. Recognise each stage and find your path through it, without getting trapped. There is no blame and nothing to fear. It may be a difficult path to get there and only you can walk it but it is worth the walk. You will emerge as a better person in general for it and you will feel great about it, I promise.   Don't be a herpes “sufferer” any longer.  
    • OFMDH
      Not convinced this isn't scammer trying to fix their presentation or simply drive traffic to their website.      
    • adiebear
      @AVIAF, don't work yourself up to being able to tell those closest to you. Waste of mental stress. Just tell them. You- and most likely them- will be so glad you did. It'll take a weight off your shoulders and be good prep for telling future partners. You are young and full of vigour no doubt, but I'm and old(er), antisocial fart and must confess to having played the herpes card- "I'm not feeling great" is all that is required- when my socialite friends want me to do stuff I don't feel like doing.
    • Mellisuga
      I know absolutely nothing about boats, but I thought this was a pretty cool post. Props bud - hope whichever boat you choose is to your liking!
    • AVIAF
      @Free73 Hey there!  I know it'll be tough talking to future partners about it and I believe you have a very, very good point- if I keep it a secret from those around me I care the most about, how will I feel comfortable telling any potential partner? At this point, I know I will need to work myself up to being able to those closest to me so I won't feel so afraid about any secret "getting out." Thank you!
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