Hey any help would be great. I’ve been losing my mind of this and I’ve been procrastinating on going to get tested because I’m scared of the results and also I have no insurance or anything to consult with a doctor.
so I got tested may of 2018 and I was positive for hsv1 which I feel like I may have gotten as a kid not sure, but since that test I’ve received unprotected oral sex twice and every since I’ve slowly been growing bumps on the meatus. I’m uncircumcised as well. Could this be herpes, warts, chlamydia? My girlfriend (I cheated on her and don’t know how to explain to her I might’ve caught something) has had a bit of blood discharge on her underwear in between periods. I work a lot and wear sort of tight clothing and I get smegma under the head as well. Smells bad too. Help!!! I’ve had this for months.
I’ve had HSV1g for 4 years and only ever had my first and only breakout. I’m super thankful for that. I still hate disclosing as it sets off alarms. Finally met a guy I really really like and disclosed last night to be clear about why I’ve been hesitant to be intimate.
We have for sure kissed and after telling he was in a panick about us having kissed. I’ve never ever had cold sores and have never passed it to anyone. Again in 4 years only my first and only genital HsV1 breakout. I’ve always been told kissing for me was fine....Can anyone help clarify? I’m resllt struggling as I like this guy a lot and hoping he can look past it.
First of let me tell you the intention and why this can be a great project, good investment and eventually something we could all benefit from.
A unique way of effort for funding our mutual problem with the ETH ERC20 Token.
Labcash is my idea born by our mutual friend HSV.
Just by looking at this forum I have noticed how much people complain about HSV funding (justified reason) and the institutions ignoring us at every possible step of the way.
When I need a doctor I never use public health because it would take me 6 months to get in line, instead I go to a private doctor and get all done in 30 minutes.
The same principle applies when we want something to be done such as HSV research, we can order a private laboratory that would conduct studies on our behalf without restrictions.
Raising funds to start/continue and eventually complete a study is difficult especially when we know that repeated funding is necessary.
The solution is offered by the blockchain and crypto assets.
You may or may not be familiar with cryptocurrency however it has massive advantages such as competing against other cryptocurrencies on an exchange that directly benefits us as the value of the Token goes up gives us more investment power and not only that but we are able to make our own acyclovir product that will not feed the big pharma but our chosen investment lab and our token.
The possible side effect is the volatility in the crypto market that would make the token more valuable than the initial purchase price making some extra profit for token holders (not the goal but a good one).
1. Tokens sold to HSV sufferers.
2. Signing the contract with the laboratory for drug development (Pivot park in the Netherlands is the chosen default).
3. Research begins.
4. Production and packaging of acyclovir on the lowest possible price for packaging, shipping, and reinvestment to the blockchain.
5. Sales and returns in the blockchain for future research.
6. Eventual new drugs will be discovered thanks to passive funding/market exploitation.
Token name: Labcash
If you are interested in participating in the project visit www.community-labs.eu or send an email on firstname.lastname@example.org for future clarification.
If you are interested in buying the Token you will need a chrome extension called Metamask (all explained on the website) then you can buy the Token on this link:
As always doing something is always better than nothing :)
If you have any questions ask here or send it to the info email.
"For the first time, researchers have been able to use cryo-electron microscopy, to reveal the detailed structure of the common herpes virus."
Sup y'all... this is the real-deal. The main problem with this disease has been that researchers literally haven't been able to see it... until now. So no wonder everything has failed miserably except our friend Valacyclovir Hydrochloride. It's amazing seeing this... isn't it kinda beautiful actually? This particular research was on HSV-1, but the work is ongoing and will be done on HSV-2 and all other herpes variants. If we can see it, we can kill it. I'll be paying attention to this research group like crazy now!
Here's one article: https://www.gla.ac.uk/news/headline_596519_en.html
And here's the actual study- with pictures!
Here's the guy doing the study (my new hero lol):
And here's the research's group on their HSV-1 work:
So yeah just my opinion but finally no more shooting in the dark- drug companies will be all over this and start creating new treatments based on the actual structure of this damn organism, so I'm very hopeful indeed.
Anyone else actually legit ok? After doing the research, finding out how to keep myself healthy, how to keep this in dormacy, plus seeing how large of a community is on this side of the fence.... like, I'm good. And everyone else really should take the time to read, watch videos, figure out how your own body works with this shit, keep this community close also. We're all gonna be fine. I'm more annoyed by occasional indigestion honestly.
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