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Mimi89

I’ve never known pain like this before. It’s a repeating cycle of sores that appear burst and spread to another part of my vagina. It hurts to sit to walk to wear panties and pants. My body is not my own anymore and that’s depressing to me. 

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PrettyUglyGirl

The first outbreaks are the worst. I think you should get on acyclovir or valtrex asap. It helped me along with time. Try to take deep breaths and it might go away faster if you don't itch it.

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Taintedgirl

Lidocaine spray Walgreens for itch and please reach out when you can we’re here for you we all know how much it hurts you’re not alone 

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Mimi89

@PrettyUglyGirl I started the acyclovir today and it doesn’t make it any better that my period is on so the pad is irritating the sores and I keep feeling so much pressure down there

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PrettyUglyGirl

If you take a warm bath it might help. Of course change your pad right when it's full and maybe you could elevate your legs and rest. I forgot how long the acyclovir takes to take effect but try to stress less by relaxing and sleeping. For me, I try to ignore the pain even though it is hard. When your breakout is gone take good care of yourself so you could have much less breakouts. I know you'll get through and it will feel better on the other side.

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