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livestrong4life

When I try to sleep at night, I can't sleep because my heart seems to race and my arms get hot. I haven't officially been diagnosed with herpes yet, but I feel like I have it. Also, I feel like I can sleep no problem during the day. Anyone have these issues too?

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Butterfly of the Moment

When I first suspected I had herpes I did research on my computer late into the night and tossed and turned in bed afterwards. I definately was exhausted with the bad in life but couldn't sleep if only to forget. I think you're normal in your sleep patterns being young and all.

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clover

That happened to me when I first thought I got GH. I wanted to know if I had it or not and not having the answer was driving me crazy with worry....thus the not sleeping. I also think it may have something to do with being alone (feeling alone) at night too.

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livestrong4life

Yeah but it feels like i'm having an attack esp on the arms. They get kind of burning sensation. Also if I'm asleep a little bit longer, I start to get chills.

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