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molly78

I have an outbreak like no other. Medication is not doing anything. It is on the creases of my leg and torso as well as the cuts within the labia. I have been watching my diet and taking Lysine for any foods that I do eat with Argisine. Sex is out of the question and this makes for a terrible marriage situation. I cannot get rid of this outbreak. Has been over 30 days now. What do I do?

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JBnATL

Talk to your doctor. Are you taking Acyclovir? If so, perhaps Valtrex will work better for you.

Also, look into taking Kelp, that has been shown successful to fight this virus.

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

Good luck!

JB

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wastedhousewife

When I have really bad outbreaks, I always switch from Acyclovir back to Valtrex, it works much faster (even though I don't like the dizzy feeling) - have you tried that? I am so sorry that you are having this issue - that sounds like a miserable combo of places to get sores. If you aren't on meds, I would call your doctor and ask for Valtrex now - it has always made my sores go away quickly. Good luck - hope you get back to normal soon!

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