No. I thought it was a uti or yeast infection. Dr told me to give it until Friday but I couldn't. I went to another dr who immediately suspected. My fiancé is so good about it but I feel like I let him down. I want to cancel the wedding.
Hi All - have a question. I've done the research and got conflicting info. Let me begin by saying I met a wonderful woman ( rare for me to be this attracted) however she has the virus and I do not. Point being I am in love with her yet I am also not comfortable as her lover. Now - it has been pure luck that I do not have the virus - in my life I've had over 300 sexual partners yet have never picked up an STD. I have been tested with negative results. My question to you: Is it possible some people are immune to it? Anyone ever experience having a partner that did not contract the virus? I had chicken pox as a child and have read that some folks build antibodies which prevent the virus from breaking out. Any thoughts would be appreciated. As mentioned crazy for this sweet woman. Thanks
I have eczema in addition to this. I know for me when I'm stressed and have high anxiety or some depression I break out in hives on my neck and the inside of my elbows. My eyes get affected too, it's actually worse thus far then the HSV for me but yes stress and anxiety can cause your body to react that way.
If you really think about it, there are much simpler and more profitable targets to use DRACOs - like feline HIV and distemper - which would be soaked up by vets and which would require much less work to get through regulations than DRACOs that target a human herpes virus. StayingUpbeat's reference to a lack of vision is particularly applicable here. Sometimes when facing a massive obstacle, what is needed is to step back and re-assess the situation realistically. There is more than one path to success with DRACOs.
I checked the packeging on the Salubrex and it states high purity water, benzyl alcohol (as preservative) and natural based protein as active. I guess its amino acid sequence is proprietary. That wouldnt surprize me though, lots of the biopharmaceuticals are proprietary. Anyway, I would still recomend it to anyone wanting to rid themselves of cold sores really quickly. Good luck and keep up the good work!
Seeing as Dr. Rider hasn't been answering since April, I'll throw in some of my Biochem. knowledge to answer your question here as best as I can.
Different virus-infected cells are targeted by different DRACOs - it is supposed to be virus-specific depending on the virus and dsRNA that is made by that virus. The recipe has to be fine-tuned to respond to only those cells that are infected by HSV (1 or 2, and possibly account for variations in their dsRNA production if there are any). Beyond that, the recipe also has to be proven stable for an acceptable shelf life. This requires quite a bit of optimization in the lab, which takes time and resources.
Cure maybe too optimistic. A therapeutic vaccine that may be a functional cure is probably going to happen. There are more people lookibg at this than ever. Technology is advancing as is the understanding of how the virus works.
Halford's out of the box approach holds promise as well as others. Some how, some one will crack the code and relief will be upon upon us.
So for now we make the most of our situations and live life to the best of our ability. Hopefully one day in the near future we will wake up to the news that a super effective treatment is ready? /