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Nina E

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Nina E

Hey everybody!!!

what do you do when you have an OB inside??

In november I got a lot of outbreaks so Im now on valtrex, lysine, zinc, kelp... which have taken care of most of them... except for one I have about one or two centimeters inside of me on my left side.. which have been there constantly since november...

I wondering if it is because the wound needs air.. and if so how do I do???

does anyone else have experience with this??

hope that somebody knows -- could be lovely to have sex without pain.

take care everyone :wavey:

Nina

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TheWorstNewsofMyLife2711

Hey Nina,

I am new to this....and thougth I had a ob inside me too. I just started my menstrual for the first time since being diagnosed and when I used a tampon I was HIGHLY irritated! It burned soooooooooooooooooo bad--felt like fire. So since then, I have wore pads and feel much better. I was unsure if you could have ob's inside you or not, but after reading this, I don't feel so alone. I hate to keep calling my doc (swear, I have called her at least twice a week since I was diagnosed on teh 7th) but I may call again and ask about this....

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SublimeBeauty

newly diagnosed myself. i was hoping that this wasn't a common thing. My first outbreak last week was only but one small lesion i had mistaken for a razor cut?! I feel like i got on the medication from my doctor quickly and i am already healing. I am about to start my menstrual cycle probably within a week though and this was a VERY big concern I had. I asked my doctor and she said that pads in my instance would have probably been worse for sanitary reasons and that tampons would be the way to go. I never put pain into the equation though. I feel for you

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Nina E

Hey - thanks for replying!

Im actually kind of in chock right now, since I've been checked by another doctor who claims that what I have inside of me is not herpes. She told me that it is a irritation of the skin, I've gotten a creme and the pain is almost gone.

I've been misdiagnosed for three months. -I do have herpes, but the biggest "OB" is not herpes. And I was told by the skin doctor that this was a common mistake, and that I shouldn't wear pads (do to sanitary reasons), and shouldn't eat this and this and this - things I've eaten to prevent herpes.

SO - If you have constant OB, consider to be checked by another doctor....

and 2711: Im sure you are not alone!

Lots of love,

Nina

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