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phoenixlove

Just sayin...I stopped taking my Valtex due to the fact that I thought my outbreak was over and woke up to oral,vagina & my whole anal area with a horrible ob....So my doctor said that the meds were surpressing my outbreak and it was not gone...so now that its stage one of this ob will starting my 2 a day 10 day pills stop it? It hurts and I hate it on my face!!!I work as a bartender and people get grossed out by me serving them food& drinks...Has anyone started taking meds when ob first appears does it help? can I take more than 2 a day you think? Thank you !!:mad:

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JBnATL

There is a product out "Fast Results" that promises to shorten outbreaks considerably. It is a spray you can get at CVS or Rite Aid for $30. I have heard mixed results about it, but it may be worth a try.

Come to the Chat Room, there you will find many nice fellow Herpsters who can offer you their support.

Good luck!

JB

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phoenixlove

O.k anything is worth a try, I can not believe I have all 3 spots going at once..gonna be a fun night with work I bartend for 9 hours without sitting ...Is there a good pain reliever that works for pain like motrin or anything????

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