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Hi everyone! I am newly diagnosed and learning. My husband and I started using latex condoms after my first outbreak and it hurt! (Latex sensitivity). We are now using polyurethane and I am very happy! LifeStyles Skyn to be exact. ALSO, I don't get blisters, I just get redness on my inner labia...My NP told my to put Coconut oil on the redness and in three days it's nearly gone:) Hope this info is helpful to some!

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  • 3 weeks later...

Let me know how the Lemon balm works! I started burning again today. I can't seem to get my inner labia redness to go away. It's went away completely once since I contracted H in June, but just lingers! Driving me insane!

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Cool! I don't think I've met anyone on this site from my area....If you ever want to chat, just hit me up...Looks like we are close to the same age with the same issue:) Lol

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Yeah he's awesome. We have two kids together, we've been together for 16 year, married for one year. Really hate what I done. We have had unprotected sex twice since I contracted H. I assume he'll eventually get it BC he hates condoms.

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Don't say that. I had unprotected sex with 2 men and both did not get it. Normally they get it 2 to 20 days after exposure. He is safe now unless you have sex when he contagious like if you have prodome symptoms or Ob. I had an itch the other day so I avoided sex for 4 days just to be sure so I did not pass it to my partner ( whom I am not dating). He did f contract it yet that's a good thing. Did you have unprotected sex just before your first OB before you knew how had it ?

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I didn't have unprotected sex with my husband after my encounter. I started having symptoms and got diagnosed. My husband got tested and was negative. I have had constant on and off symptoms since I contracted it in June so I don't feel like I've been ob free so far. It seems to be improving very slowly. I just stopped taking my Acyclovir and surprisingly my prodome pain automatically stopped and I feel a lot better! Just still dealing with redness and an occasional itch. I don't want my husband to get it, but he said he loves me and doesn't care.

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