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OneDream

OB for 1 day??

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OneDream

OK OK. so its been a year and just the other day i woke up and started to feel tingling (gHSV) and i went to the bathroom and i soon as i started to go pee i felt that burning sensation. NOOOO!!! great i was thinking another 7 days or so with this, ugh, my second OB. so i just ignored it and went on doing what i do. the next morning it was completely gone no pain, no itching, no tingling, nothing. i am bit in a shock that i had a one day OB. it hurt everytime i went pee then all gone. well maybe i shouldn't be complaining but it was just wierd. Has anyone else ever had a OB for 1 day??

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luca

I have had very small ob's that only last a day or two. For example just yesterday i had a small mark, def an ob. It was probably brought on by the drinkin and lack of sleep. But it is almost gone now with no meds. I feel like I just get little flare ups but they go away very quickly.

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Willpower07

I had one start one morning (well, overnight I guess) and be gone by the end of that day. Yeah, weird stuff. Anything can happen with it.

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myoulet

need advice

Hey Onedream,

i'm newly diagnosed and afraid to death. im hoping that i dont have another ob, but it seems thats out the window as my period has brought on signs of another ob already (its only been a month). i'm taking valtrex 500mg 2x a day for three days. Im really trying to keep from breaking down....anyway do you have any advice on how to prevent ob's.

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