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bobbyk

Hi all not sure what Im suffreing from lots of itching down there for a while now but no signs of what Ive read or seen :confused:

but enough about me how is everybody?

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justmyself

Without any sores, the doctors cannot do a swab test. You can get a blood test, but it takes 3 months for antibodies to show up in a blood test, so you could get a false positive if the virus is new.

I've been using 100% pure aloe gel that seems to be helping with the dryness and itching. I got it from Puritan's Pride online. They always have at least 2 for the price of 1 on all their products. I bought it when they had a buy 1, get 2 free special going on.

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bobbyk

thanks for the reply I guess I will get a medical oppinionand take it from there I will look out for some aloe vera cream and try that :)

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