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She

My virus outbreaks are different, they are very atypical and that is why I came here to see if anyone else has the same thing and knows the "magic way" to get rid of it.

In fact, I do not have outbreaks at all, just red burning inflamed skin on my inner labia - and this never ever stops! Its been 1,5 years and not a day without it. I have been thinking that I found a cure a few times but it helps only for few days a bit and then back to the old story. I tried everything. I did all tests and all are fine. I even did a skin biopsy which just confirmed that I have "non-specific chronic skin inflammation". I will post my symptoms on another sub-forum hoping that someone will respond.

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soccermom3

I'm sorta the same way. First outbreak during pregnancy 7 years ago. Came back just this summer in a typical fashion but still didn't know what it was. Then started in Dec. and has been constant since. I was just tested and found out yesterday that it is for sure HSV 2. I"m now on valtrex and have tried some other treatments to dry things up. I"ve bought the lysine supplements, I'm changing my diet, and am very interested in all the natural paths people follow. I hope I'm in a better place soon. I hope you find relief.

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positivethinking1

I have no idea how these forums work, but I just sent you a reply to your post from yesterday. I hope you're able to read it.

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joe2011

Curious - you've been diagnosed with herpes - do you know for certain you got it?

In men, "red scrotum" seems to be similar it seems

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