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So I know everyone is different. But can Hsv2 cause back pain? I know that's a weird question. I've been feeling weak the last couple of days like I'm trying to get sick. Not sure if I'm about to have an out break or if I'm coming down with something. 

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Genital herpes usually does not cause back pain. Some people describe a crawling feeling around the sacrum preceding an outbreak but it isn't painful.

99% of the time, back pain is related to a spinal issue, the vertebrae, discs and cord. See your doctor or even a chiropractor or physio and they'll help you get your spine in better shape.

Unfortunately, our backs degenerate over time and sometimes other interventions are required. I hope this isn't the case for you.

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It's not a weird question.  Before going on, is it an ache to the sides of your spine? Like where the "small of your back" is? Does it feel better or worse w pressure? Or is the on the spine? GH established itself in the sacral nerve plexus.  Our body builds up strength to suppress the virus. That energy, our root, is the kidneys. So during times of energetic demand or depletion people may experience low back pain/ache.   A feeling of general heaviness.   Maybe dream disturbed sleep.  Maybe an increase in vaginal discharge.

so if this is something of a deficiency then we need to add energy/heat (provided that everything feels better w heat).  Taking a warm bath is a good idea in literally filling up your body with gas/energy for storage and use.  Warm soup, warm cup of tea. 

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Thank you it was a pain on my side by my spine. I did all of that and it went away now I just have migraines. 

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Cool.  Yeah, I wish I knew some lifestyle suggestion for migraines.  If you haven't tried acupuncture then I'd highly recommend it.

usually, migraine issues are rooted in the liver. 

An herb that would be safe to try is skullcap. Skullcap clears excess heat(esp if the migraine is pounding in nature) from the head.  But acupuncture will easily stop the migraines

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