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today is my 2nd outbreak after 2months.. :( noticed a one small bump 2days ago near my labia majora and i really prayed that it wasnt going to be an open sore but unfortunately it did.. will this multiply even if i already took medications? and for future OBs, can i not take medications? will it just go away on its own? please give me some info.. i would appreciate your help.. thanks! :) 

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Quick, get to the doctor's for a swab!

Remember though that ever since the low positive result you have been looking pretty hard for things.

There is no real need for antivirals, if this is herpes you body will stop it in its tracks pretty soon. You can try a topical cream with acyclovir, but that's more for the cream than the antiviral!

The best thing you can apply is a layer of silicon cream that is used to apply to scars. This soothes and keeps the body's natural healing moisture, collagen etc. in place on the sore promoting healing.

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There are some products that are really effective at healing and cancelling an outbreak.

Home remedies - Aloe vera gel, applying a wet earl grey (black tea) tea bag on the area (bitter tanins clear the inflammation and help heal the sore), can get a lemon balm tea bag and do the same...  Some people

- Super Lysine Plus Cold Sore Ointment from Quantum (~$4-8) (get it at Walmart, CVS, Walgreens in the lip balm area).   herpes is herpes, oral or genital.  This herbal ointment is nice to enhance healing.

- something that waaaaay stronger is Lemon Balm Salve by WiseWays Herbals ($10 online) so effective.  If I get a sore, this is what I apply and it knocks it out.

- Lysine Extra from Vitanica (~$15 online) - this is a powerful herbal formula that internally will stop an outbreak and enhance the healing like you wouldn't believe.


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Sanguine108, I ordered the Lysine Extra from Vitanic.  How much do you recommend taking per day?  During outbreaks?  I notice that 2 tablets are only 800mg. Should I take more than 2 per day?  I was taking 1,000 mg previously.  Thanks EM

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