I think I'm going to finally go in next week. About a week ago I felt tingling in the same place as my original blister on the head of my penis. Then I got some lesions and tiny vesicles on the bottom shaft (for the 1st time). They are nearly healed. But today I've noticed new bumps on the top shaft. And I've had continuous discharge since June 10th or so.
Of course anything scientific coming out of Russia with the potential to make money should be taken with a grain of salt but it sounds like they had some (subjective) success with a gD subunit vaccine. That it was a gD subunit makes me think this is propaganda but I leave assessment to the gallery:
The lesions on your arms are likely not herpes-related. Your positive reading for HSV2 may be a false positive. If your doctor doesn't have access to western blot tests, try Terri Warren's website:https://www.westoverheights.com/herpes/getting-a-western-blot/
If you contact them they may be able to help.
Did you get that from Dr Halford ?- that sometimes it doesn't appear in the blood?
Abvic will be available soon.
I thought that the problem was with the tests not with people not producing antibodies, the person's antibodies don't react with the test
I wish someone had an answer but it seems no one really knows...
I was just diagnosed yesterday but I had a gut feeling about it for the past week. I haven't been able to do much besides sleep and have felt like shit mentally and emotionally. I really needed to read this post. thank you so much hun!
ABVIC is not available. It is very possible for HSV not show up in blood and still be have HSV2- 11 months later. No one can tell me why I don't produce antibodies but it happens. Bottom line: test through swabs if you have any doubts. People walking around with HSV who will never test positive through IGG or other blood tests..