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Hi every one ..

I have been diagnose with HSV2 .I have been living with this disease since one year.

When I got my first out break it was so severe that I had to go to the emergency gynecologist on duty. I could not get out of bed for two days. I had upset stomach and could not eat. Even walking was difficult task for me. I had so much pain around my legs and my hip.They gave me so many medicines to ease the pain but nothing really worked well on me. Its been a year and I learn to live with this illness. I have break outs almost every week. Few moths ago I couldn't move my waist and at the end I had to go to the physiotherapy. They told me it was all linked to hsv. Doctors told me that my immune system is low and thats why I have hard time with this illness. It is never an easy road for me. I have difficulty in my relationship.I have skin problems and I am some times very depressed about this situation. Even though I never gave up hope. I will go the new doctor next week for my immune system and try to minimize my break outs. I want to share some helpful information for new diagnoses. I hope some of these could help to ease your pain.

I live in Europe so you can not find some of these medicines in your country but please ask your doctor for help.

* Asiviral Cream and pill

*Immunace for your immune system


*Vitamin B

*Etol Fort if you have pain.

* Dulcolax for toilet no2. For the first weeks of the diagnose.

*Bepanthen after asiviral cream your skin drys up.

*Use small bag to carry with you all the time.Put your medicines,pads and creams.

* Use cotton under wear. Do not wear g-string if possible.

* Always change your underwear.

* Use thin pads like carefree. Carry them with you all the time.

* Use body soap PH 5.5

* Use hand soap anti bacterial.

* Wash you hands before and after the WC

* By a mirror with handle.

*Always use protection

* Eat healthy foods. If possible get some rest.

*See your doctor regularly and don't be afraid to ask questions.

Wish you all the best.

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Sorry to hear you are having problems with this. For most people it does get better with time and hopefully it will for you too.

Come to the "Chat Room", there you will find many nice fellow Herpsters who can offer you their support.

Good luck!


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