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I was wondering if anyone has nerve pain in there buttock? Also I have a numbness sensation on my interthigh. I'm going through my first herpes outbreak and it has been kind of rough. I just switched from acyclovir to valtrex so we will see if it imporves. I'm also taking lysin and blue algee. thanks in advanced for any comments!

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OMG, pain is an understatement. I had an ob last month and have not been the same since; muscle spasms in my thighs, feels like my tailbone is broken, terrible back pain; all that and still my crotch does not feel normal since this all began. my ob-gyn did not prescribe meds, but i think i may call him because everything i read here on this site says that it seems to help.

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Yep!! my buttocks really hurt ,it didnt happen at the beginning of my first OB but towards the end.Even after the sores had cleared it was still with me, thought i was imagining it but it stayed for a while, so it had to be linked to herpes.

Hope you feel better soon, i know its crap but you will feel human again soon!!

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Yhea i think i'm hopefully towards the end of this ob and my butt really hurts, esecially when i drive! Well I hope it goes away soon... Thanks for the replys

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Back Pain - Sciatica!!!

In 1997 I left a bad marriage. Within weeks I began to have horrible pain in my lower back. It was so severe that I could not lay down or sit comfortably. With each step it was like electric shocks from my hamstring to my toes. I'd be in tears in the morning trying to limp the 10 steps to the bathroom and then almost fainting as I tried to lift my leg to get into the shower. It was worse in the morning but bearable by noon.

I saw drs and they all said it was sciatica. They prescribed pain pills that hardly cut the pain. Finally after many months I found some relief.

During that entire time I was also having some minor discomfort in my genital area with itching. The dr prescribed some cortisone cream and never gave it another thought.

Thru the years the sciatica would come and go but never as severe as that first year.

Time warp to 2007 and I am diagnosed with ghsv. I have horrible blistering ob's following some very emotional events. The dr prescribes antivirals and the itching goes away. In April I started having the sciatic pain again out of the blue following some big time work stress. I up my daily antiviral to 3 times daily instead of 2 times and within 2 days it is gone, gone, gone. I finally put two and two together the sciatica is caused by the hsv.

If you have ghsv you should know that the virus resides in your central nervous system in your lumbrosacral ganglia and there are lots of nerves for it to effect. I recommend using anti-inflamatory meds and antivirals and you should get some relief. If the suppressive dose doesn't work try the higher dosage for an ob and I think you'll find it helps.

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Since I have been diagnosed with herpes, I would like to know what has not hurt. I think every possible place on my body including places I thought I did not have, had pain in them. Some of the areas that I had very, very bad pain were my lower/upper back, the base of my head, my vagina (pressure), and my shoulder/arm. It has truly been amazing at the types of pains I have experienced as a result of this virus. If it were not for me experiencing this myself, I would not have believed it. I also experienced numbness and pain in my buttocks area.

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