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What does the 'tingling feeling' feel like?

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speckled

Really paranoid.

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I read that theres some tingling feeling that happens before you get an OB and now its in my head and it seems like I'm always tingling down there.

Do later OB always hurt?

Do they bleed at all?

Will I know for sure if I'm having one?

Thank you anyone out there who can help put my mind at ease.

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happygolucky777

Hi there,

I think its different for every person. The tingling for me just kind of feels like someone is tickling me with a light feather. Just mildly annoying. Also my first OB hurt so badly I was in tears for about 6 days straight. It didn't itch though. The 2nd one didn't hurt at all but itched a lot. I personally have never had bleeding with my outbreaks.

But like I said everyone is different. I ordered something called HSV zero and its helped out A LOT. Its just a topical treatment, very natural. You put it on when you feel like an OB is coming. I did this constantly and it eased my OB very much. It actually stopped the 3rd one from happening.

Just my 2 cents :)

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speckled

'Tickling me with a light feather' That sounds rather nice put that way

Will try that cream out once I get to know what my tingling feels like.

Thanks for the advice :D

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leek

Ive been 'tingling' the last few days quite a bit and when i got diagnosed 6wks ago I felt that my ob was still there but went to doctor and i was absolutely fine........now im waiting to see what happens as im expecting another ob anyday......i keep checking but nothing visual to the eye is there.....thought it was in my head but its not so just waiting now.....................keep in touch!! lots of love xx

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wastedhousewife

I compare it to feeling like I have a sunburn under my skin. Once you have had it for a while, you will learn to recognize it. Good luck

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timetraveler

It feels like a sunburn to me, too. That's a great description, wastedhousewife!

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