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i know food and diet is a big thing to help control outbreaks, i've changed what i eat already but i'm wondering if anyone has a meal plan, or a handfull of outbreak friendly choices i can make part of my weekly routine..

what do people eat on a regular basis?


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well what are some good foods and what are some stay away from areas...

i know i've seen at least a dozen people say they didnt take pills they just changed their diet in someway... whats good..

i'm in rough shape cuz i just got over my first outbreak, well visually at least, feels still like its there mostly mental i think because i'm still terrified of my dick.. i gotta wait for another outbreak to learn the warning signs, but i think everythings a warning sign, so i wait and wait and no outbreak signs cept general discomfort in the penis..

think i'm just goin to the doc to get a prescription for valtrex to take every day or every other day or some shit.. see what the deal is...

still like to know what are some of the changes people made to their diets

i'm takin a multivitamin, a couple lysine pills, a b+c stress pill with iron and E in it, and a zinc pill everyday now.

whats the word on bread?

peanut butter = bad right?

excessive drinking = outbreak, but whats excessive drinking? will getting buzzed or even worse, drunk, cause one?

dairy is good i hear...

fill me in!

thanks in advance

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I drink daily. (yes thats a whole other story)

i have a terrible diet...

I find i get outbreaks only from rough sex

I have around 4 a year.. i take zero drugs for it.

I know , i could take the normal meds etc , but at the moment i am very happy with my life

what i thought was a life curse , is turning out to be a speed bump. me and my partner have a great sex life and i never worry..

everyone if different and im glad i found this site

anyone is welcome to email me

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I'm similar to StripeyHorse.

Apart from stress (and i'm not 100 per cent sure about that) and sex (and not always) I haven't found anything that triggers an outbreak.

I eat what I want. Mainly healthy (but I haven't actually changed what I eat) and drinking to excess about once a week (and some of the posts I've put on here can vouch for that - I really shouldn't come on here after a night out!!! :oops: ). Have never taken any medication. Outbreaks were mild but frequent, but getting less frequent all the time :D

I think it's the same old story; we're all different - and there isn't a 'what to do manual' that fits all, because this f***ing virus effects us all so differently.


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