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Aciclovir not working

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I recently post that I have HSV1 on my genitals. I'm done with my viral medication but the lesions are still there. I'm not sure if it's still herpes. The first single sore now looks like a rash on the side of my vulva. Whenever I'm looking at it my vaginal opening has white discharge. I think that since the lesion is on the "moist" part, it's not healing. And aciclovir didn't heal it. I had it three times a day for 10 days. I'm trying to see it using mirror and now it's hurting. I don't know what to do. Any advice? Thank You so much. 

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Have you been back to the doctor??

I just started on acyclovir, too.  

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Acyclovir usually needs to be taken 5 times a day, not 3, in the case of outbreaks.
" It has poor bioavailability of about 20% and a short half life, which necessitates frequent dosing. "
Have you tried valacyclovir? Or another doctor?

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