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I aM having trouble here. I am not getting any responses to my questions! Is there a place to see new posts like the old website? I don't know what to expect for Second, third ob's. I think I had a couple but they were all so different I don't even know. This time I just had an itch on my labia and assumed H and redness for a couple days. Please help

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Any future outbreaks you may have won't be too different than your first in appearance.  They should however not last as long and not be as severe as your first.  

Many newbies fear that any itch or scratch is herpes and it probably isn't.  If you do have antivirals it won't hurt to start taking them.  If it is herpes it can help shorten the outbreak and if it isn't herpes it will do your body no harm in taking them.

Good luck!


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  • 2 months later...

JB. None of my OB are like my first. None are remotely the same either they are all different. I don't even know that they are Ob. I had a itchy red spot for 4 days, a bump in my lip, 3 bumps looked like sores but no blister. I started taking anti virals again. My nurse practioner said they aren't good to take if you don't need them.

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My obs have all been fairly differnt, for the first three years after the first I barely had anything, maybe one small bump but no pain or a couple of tiny spots/maybe blisters on my butt! I stopped the pill and now I get pain, leg pain, ankle and foot  pain and feel like I've been punched in between my legs! Although usually if I get a red bump it's in the  same spot. I do panic about every feeling down there,if it itches for long I just assume it's herpes.

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  • 2 weeks later...

mine have been the same every month, same time, same small white bumps on lips and two small ones down below. Like clockwork. I'm going to see if they change now that I've started the suppressive therapy.

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