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sharp pains. (ladies)

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oic

Ever since I've suspected I contracted this, I've had sharp pains like in my vagina, they are really random and dont last long, but drive me crazy.

is this linked to herpes? I have no back pain or flu like symptoms, and no tingling sensation.

But about twice a month there will be this period will i get sharp pains, no outbreak after.

maybe i am just to paranoid.

p.s. i have not been diagnosed yet.

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Lookonthesunnyside

Yup Ive had those. I think in the beginning you can get some nerve pain after or before an ob. I havent felt this in months though, I think as time goes on it will likely stop or at least lessen.

And how are things going as far as getting a proper diagnosis? I have only been given a visual diagnosis and with a negative swab am looking into getting blood work done. How about you?

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oic

they dont think I have herpes, they said it's possible. they said the rash wasn't linked to herpes, and if i get another outbreak to make an appointment right away.

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