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CokSucker

Hi guys,

this is my first time being here. I'm from China, got and diagnosed GH type 1 last month in US, because oral sex. 

That really affect the quality of my life. Then I begin to research many paper and articles to find a way to heal my body. This is because doctor can not give me any support and advise.  And those antiviral drug really don't work, OB is still in there, I cannot feel any reduction of symptoms.

So the result of my research,I found that Chinese doctor will give either BCG vaccine or varicella vaccine to stop OB temporarily. I'm not sure if u guys ever heard this before but I want to share this.

For principal, the reason these vaccine work because vaccine stimulate or boost immune system, make iimmune system generates a lot of T and B cells in a short time.  And T cells have been approved  that can surppres HSV with its IFN alpha/beta/gamma. This is how immune system works. not only for herpse but also for any virus infection. With T cells surppres, HSV will become to quiescence. However after several days your T cells will drop down to the normal level, and the HSV will not be suppressed anymore. At that time you may need another injection. This method has been approved to prevent  OB 80%~90%in China. Some people can stop OB over 6 months, but still cannot clear HSV

This method is popular in China because no body research HSV vaccine. However be noticed that if you have autoimmune disease for example Eczema, this method will make your condition worse. And also, please understand that this is a wiered method to strength your immune system, this may cause some damage to the body if frequently use. 

On the other hand, this is a more efficient way than antivirus to control the symptoms in a short period. In a conclusion, strength your own immune system is the best way to control this virus. Potentially, every person can silent this virus based on ourselves, that is what I believe.

 

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CokSucker

Hi Hansje,

I lived in NJ, based on my research, the first HSV2 vaccine might be gd2 vaccine. That one is subunit vaccine which is similar as gen003. But gd2 only work for some females and also cannot work sufficiently for HSV2, Some Chinese medical company made a combination of gd2 subunite vaccine and hsv2 mutant vaccine. But I didn't see this product in Chinese market. 

I think Chinese HSV research are far behind US, they just repeat previous trail. I also don't believe their mutant vaccine is reliable.

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herpinator mgoo

Very descriptive name. I feel like I know your story, just from your name

 

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Hansje
7 minutes ago, herpinator mgoo said:

Very descriptive name. I feel like I know your story, just from your name

 

Who would suck a rooster? Animal abuse!

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