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Help Please!! just diagnosed hsv2 - is quickclear a scam?

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Hi hope someone can shed some light on this,. ive just been diagnosed 3 days ago with hsv2. i had two tiny blisters on my upper butt cheek. the doctor told me is hsv2. he has given me valtrex to take one a day as a suppression .

i have been searching everything on the net like a maniac. i found the website about quickclear - of course i ordered a three month supply of capsules - have i just wasted my money on false hope? if i only had such a small outbreak is it possible that this stuff could help me or is it a scam?

please be honest in your response and not a company rep for the said company. regards

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is it a scam?

Hi ive noticed 13 people have looked here but nobody has posted whether they have tried it.. if you have genuinely tried it, please let me know. regards

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If it is a scam, at least they have an 180 day money back guarantee. Get your money back.

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I had posted elsewhere regarding this, but I agree...I would say get your money back if you can. I have never heard of this stuff personally (nor do I know anyone who has used it) So I can't say yay or nay about it.

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