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hey guys, first off let me say that i have had the virus for quite some time now... also, any help or suggestion, or similar experience would help me out cuz i've been to several sources of help and none seem to really know what i can do...

Hello, my name's kyle... I have herpes.. haha.. anyways here's my

situation... i have a strange case of the virus, perhaps its due to

teh fact that my immune system is stronger, perhaps its something

else, but instead of getting large blisters that eventually end up

popping into the final stages, i get tiny blisters on my lips that

stay tiny blisters under the skin, an "outbreak" for me basically

means a little bit of redness and a small under-the-skin blister that

doesn't go away.

this is good and bad, first off, it makes the condition a little

easier to hide, but if one looks closely, they would see many small

blisters all over, they vary in size from the end of a toothepic to

even smaller...

another problem i have is when trying to get rid of them, because as

time goes by my lips become more and more populated by them. i have

tried choraphor, and since they are under the skin it doesnt reach

them... i have tried eating healthy and boosting my immune by eating

lysine rich foods and it works somewhat but i am dating a chef and

this makes it difficult to avoid certain foods that have been deemed

"triggers" for example nuts...

the blisters are probably not far under the skin, and they are white colored, so the virus is sitting in there but has never broke out... what do you think?

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I have recently developed the same problem. It is extremely irritating. I am not sure what those "underskin" blisters are and why they occur but perhaps a strong immune system supresses the virus so that it cannot destroy enough cells to actually cause the blisters to grow and break.

But I too do not know what to do.

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