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Hello all,

I had an encounter in July and was tested for STD's because ever since i feel like my body hadnt been the same. At first I had UTI type symptoms and nausea. Then i had body wide tingling. Then I had eye issues and little bumps on my hand. I have no idea what caused it.

My std tests for everything came back negative at 1.5 months. I got retested again for everything at 4.5 months and still everything negative (herpes igg both times).

I feel like i just want to move on and forget about this even though I dont feel 100%. I'd rather risk having herpes on some off chance than living in fear and self-pity. So i think for now i just want to know if people think its a good idea to follow this idea and just keep living life and worry about it if it actually becomes a serious problem.

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1.5 and 4.5 negative .....permission to move on granted...guilt, shame or whatever it is you feel is your illness, not herpes.

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