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Will the tingling in my mouth ever stop? had this viral condition for over a month. My life has changed drastically since.

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I know the feeling :/ .... I have GHSV type 1...and recently began experiencing oral symtoms. I have daily nerve pain under my eyes, my nose, around my mouth, my tongue, and a numb/tingling feeling also. I am taking daily Valtrex and lysine but it does nothing. I am miserable and am constantly living in fear that a huge cold sore could appear at any moment

I was diagnosed 5 months ago and I feel like I have only gotten worse :(

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that's strange. I usually suffer from the numbing/tingling sensation, but when I start taking my meds for two or three days, it goes away and I don't get any OB's. has any of you guys consulted your doctors about these continuous discomforts?

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