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HOL11

Hi...I am currently in my first outbreak. It is very painful. A few days ago, when it first started and I didn't know what it was, I squatted over a mirror, but now my groin muscles are killing me. It would be kind of odd if I pulled them, because I can squat like that any day with no problems. I'm wondering of the sore muscles have anything to do with my outbreak? My back hurts too, along with fever, chills, and nausea. Maybe I did pull the muscles though? I don't know, this is all new to me :(

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Kitty123

Flu-like symptoms like you describe in addition to sore groin muscles are typical of an initial Herpes outbreak. The sore groin muscles are actually your lymph nodes.

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letsnotobsess

Sorry to hear you are having your first ob HOL11. I just had a very minor second ob and am having (I think) my third. Between the two I had what seems like a small muscle on the left side of my groin (front area, not between legs) that felt sore and kind of tired. It is definitely not groin gland (during my first ob these things got so huge and swollen), it's near it. I have no idea what this could be and where it is the ocnsequence of my 2nd ob or a prodrome to the 3rd.

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camomile

I hear what you're saying.

Does H infect muscle tissues (as well as nerves) at all?

Certainly, when I run my fingers over my inner thigh, knotted tissues are quite palpable.

Suppose this might be a case of H won't discriminate which cells to invade?

when I first found this out, I felt quite aggrieved, to be honest myself.

I'm not sure how long I had been having this, either.

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Forgiving1

Its your lymph nodes. Try ibuprofen and that should help with the pain.

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brahmanett083229

before i get outbreaks..the bottom of my but, my cooch and the back of my thighs ache..its normal HOL11 dont worry..it gets frustrating but at least u'll know when one is coming on so that u dont spread it and can take meds to help stop it before it starts

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letsnotobsess
I hear what you're saying.

Does H infect muscle tissues (as well as nerves) at all?

Certainly, when I run my fingers over my inner thigh, knotted tissues are quite palpable.

Suppose this might be a case of H won't discriminate which cells to invade?

when I first found this out, I felt quite aggrieved, to be honest myself.

I'm not sure how long I had been having this, either.

Hey Camomile, so I am not the only one with lumps. I just wish there was more concrete info from reputable sources on the virus, so that we don't have to compare our experiences and play the guessing game.

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camomile

"Playing the guessing game"! Isn't it JUST?

I was also hoping I would be able to find out about the long-term effects on lymphatic system as a result of systemic H. I don't think medical communities had even thought about this much as far as I can see. Whilst I am a lay person, there is bound to be a problem knowing our lymphatic system responsible for immune response.

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letsnotobsess
Its your lymph nodes. Try ibuprofen and that should help with the pain.

forgiving1, it is not my lymph nodes, I know where those are and what they feel like.

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Forgiving1

Letsnotobsess,

Sorry i just figured they were lymphs but now I'm wondering if I'm experiencing the same thing as you. Is it your thigh area? I know one side of my thigh was achy when I was feeling an outbreak but I never did get any sores. I just get achy usually when I'm about to come on my cycle. I think this is normal.

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HOL11

I noticed that when my lymph nodes were sore, I walked a little different, and I actually made my leg muscles sore by walking different.

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startover

I have an OB at the moment and each time my groin swells up and is very sore to touch. Uusally after the redness and the itching about the same time as the blister is appearing. It just another tell-tale sign or confirmation for me that it is indeed another outbreak. I am likely and just pop some painkillers and ride it out, but I do try to rest a lot more and get some early nights in.

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camomile

hope this condition is recognized properly by the medical communities.

what you say, is exactly the same as mine. I also get crippling fatigue at the first few days.

You probably need something to soothe the sore as well.

Incidentally, I get red, angry looking sore throat at the same time.

xx

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Joyous Calm

Sore groin muscles is the main symptom I get. That plus painful urination. I would say based on my personal experience that is what you have there.

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DepressedSoul
I have an OB at the moment and each time my groin swells up and is very sore to touch. Uusally after the redness and the itching about the same time as the blister is appearing. It just another tell-tale sign or confirmation for me that it is indeed another outbreak. I am likely and just pop some painkillers and ride it out, but I do try to rest a lot more and get some early nights in.

Where on your body is your OB?

Im just done with mine and you know........ i never took any painkillers, i did ride it out..but i must say its been 7 very hard days with little sleep

you know the cyckle goes so damn fast...ONE DAY u feel this pain n sore groin muscles..next day u wake up..you got a big fat outbreak thats builiding..third day its big and strange and wet..then its bloodly...then it heals forever

it all happens so fast, over night, its crazy

So you went through your whole outbreak with no real hard drugs?

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