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I am in constant pain with herpes and in hospital


Milliecat

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Can anyone help please? I was diagnosed with Herpes 18 months ago and was paralysed with it. Have been in hospital four times. Constant pain in arms and legs, tingling, pins and needles. Nerve pain, headache. Have to walk with crutches. Nothing more the hospital can do. It’s ruint my life! Has anyone else experienced this please ? 

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Have you been tested for multiple sclerosis? They say it might be related to herpes. 

Read up on low dose naltrexone for autoimmune disorders. It stopped my severe outbreaks and helps me to feel better. All symptoms come back when I stop LDN. I’ll make a website for this soon. 

There are many sites... start researching.

If you are on valciclovir... Try switching to famciclovir. 

Also See my post on th1 vs th2 immune system responses, maybe under nutrition ?

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14 hours ago, Milliecat said:

Can anyone help please? I was diagnosed with Herpes 18 months ago and was paralysed with it. Have been in hospital four times. Constant pain in arms and legs, tingling, pins and needles. Nerve pain, headache. Have to walk with crutches. Nothing more the hospital can do. It’s ruint my life! Has anyone else experienced this please ? 

You should try St Johns Wort. Don't take too much because it could affect your brain chemistry in a bad way. Take it for two consecutive days and see if it alleviates symptoms.

You can also try ashwaghanda but not sure how effective that is. Maybe also look into lauricidin. It is concentrated coconut oil. It supposedly rips the shell off of the the virus so your body can fight it better.

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