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Cecil5638

Will future OBs be just papercut-type lesions like the first OB?

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Cecil5638

I had my first GHSV2 OB 4 months ago; it consisted of papercut-type lesions on the inside of my outer labia. Since then, I haven't had any genital OBs, but I think I may have had some OBs on my legs and arms that consisted of a small circle of little blisters. So, I'm wondering if/when I do have another genital OB, will it likely just be papercut-like, just like the first one was?

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hopeful2010

This probably isn't what you want to hear, but none of us can really answer this. There are no rules when it comes to H, it kind of just does what it wants! Hopefully, you will be one of those who's recurrent OB's are mild compared to their first, in which case you might just get a few paper-cuts, or it might not even progress that far. However, my first OB consisted of about 2 or 3 teeney tiny paper-cut like sores, yet my last was completely different.. I had swelling, redness, a few spots that looked quite wet..etc... Annoyingly unpredictable! You might be one of the lucky ones who only ever has one OB, fingers crossed to that! take care

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