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nandofer

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nandofer

hi all,

i am still waiting for results. but both GP's i went to say the same thing .. herps. i am kind of conveince as well . been with my wife for 3 years no out breaks. when i think about it now i had the same symptoms and had couple of blisters in my forearm before even i met my wife. is it possible? to have a out break in my forearm not in my boxer area. at the time i thought i am getting chicken pox again and search and found it cant be. so thought must be a allegic reaction... thoughts please

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WilsoInAus

Hey mate

Very unlikely the forearm has anything to do with your genital condition. Immune reactions are like insect bites or garden rash. Often a smallish white lump on a red rash, no blistering or weeping and will typically disappear within 24 hours (or within a few hours if you take an antihistamine). They can evolve all over the torso and face and be continuous but the areas come and go

Hence if your forearm condition was persistent individual sores with liquid inside and took a few days to heal, then probably not an immune reaction. But equally not an indication of a genital HSV infection.

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nandofer

thanks for that mate. trying to figure it out when i got this. me and my wife been faithfull for each other for 3 years. and i didnt had a known out break before. i ask the question cos that's the only time i can think of a leg pain like this before. is it possible to have a initial outbreak with out blisters in hsv2. this time i only go 2 blisters and in week everything is back to normal pretty much. still got a little leg pain and blisters are fully heal already. mind you i am still waiting for results but i read on forum most of the people get really sensitive inner legs before a out break. any info?

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