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angelwings03

starting to panic!

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angelwings03

Im taking Acyclovir or whatever and havent had a break out in a few weeks but that itching i get right before one is constant like im on the verge. I'm starting to panic. I'm prone to anxiety attacks and it's coming.

How do i get rid of this stupid itch?

It's all i can think about and it's effecting my everyday life. plz plz help. i'm ready to try anything.

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Beescroft

Sorry to hear this, and i totally know where you are coming from. I am extremely paranoid!

Have you tried Zinc Oxide (like baby cream stuff) maybe that will help the itch?

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angelwings03

thanks ill deff try that. im starting to think the acyclovir has given me a yeast infection which if thats whats going on its gonna suck so bad. not so bad tonight as it was last night. i hate this up and down BS.

thanks for the suggestion :)

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Hottfoxxy

Acyclovir will not give u a yeast infection.. Do u take it daily try taking sum vitamins to boost ur immune system vitamin c and vitamin b complex also olive leaf extract taken daily helps reduce viral shedding read about it also try taking acidolphiladolpalas however it's spelled lol it keeps ur tract in line by being taking daily

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angelwings03

i take it daily yes. ive got a bunch of prenatal vitamins left...you think that would work? deff gonna try the olive leaf. wasnt sure about the yeast infection cuz symptoms are off and on.

thanks

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