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Hi everyone,

Its been a week since first outbreak cleared up, I still am getting weird nerve stuff, like tingling in feet, hands, thighs and butt. And random body aches/fatigue. (I am not complaining because i am grateful the sores cleared up so quickly once i started meds.)

The main thing at this point thats bothering me is the pressure I'm feeling in my vagina, almost like i have to push something out of it lol. If anyones ever had a bad UTI, its KINDA like that. Its such a strong pressure that it makes me want to curl up in a ball. I am not having any pain when i pee, or problems peeing.  Nor do i have any sores or open wounds in my vaginal area. It does get more intense if i have to pee, or if I've been on my feet all day. Like the weight of my day is in my vagina. (lol). I know this is not funny.. but at this point all i can do is laugh at life:weary:

So my question is just about the pressure in the vagina. Does anyone else have this? Any newbies? Vets, will this go away?


Also ps... We are all going to be ok. I promise.:heart:

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FYI My timeline & what has worked for me:

-Sunday sex with ex from highschool (I'm 31 now); great.
-Tuesday we attempt to have sex again; painful and start bleeding, yet no blisters or clue of herpes.
-Sunday end up at the gynecologist after experiencing itching all week, and realizing its not BV or yeast.  :unamused:. World shattering   Herpes diagnosis from DR after she inspects my 4 flat sores (i guess the blisters popped). I start on Acyclovir as soon as i leave the office. I also google every possible tea, vitamin, supplement, etc, spend 200$ at whole foods, and began all of these on Sunday as well.
-My painful sores clear up completely by Wednesday.  



=I am completely back to normal in my vaginal area.  FYI, i stopped eating sugar, processed foods, most carbs, and coffee, the day i was told i had herpes. I actually walked into the Dr's with a cup of starbucks.:sob:.

-I applied a magic potion lol, of tea tree oil, apple cider vinegar, alkaline water, coconut oil, manuka honey, and lemon balm oil to my sores. I applied it all day by pouring some on a witch hazel wipe (recommend), and setting on the sores. I also was applying manuka honey & tea tree oil every so often to just sit there on a small cotton round.  Yes the potion burned. But it worked, for me. I know everyone is different.

-I also researched the shit out of herpes supplements so heres what I'm taking:
          -Multi vit, Probiotic, Lysine, Zinc, Ginger pills, Vitamin B complex, Vitamin C, Olive leaf pill, Elderberry, cranberry. I also take a  dr schulzes digestive pill, Wellness Formula Herbal Defense Complex from whole foods, and blood builders iron pill (I'm anemic),

-Ive been taking 1 scoop L-glutamine powder, mixed with water 3 times a day. 

-Drinking immunity teas also found at Whole foods or any grocery stores (echinacea, licorice, and two other "immune plus" teas) 
          -I mix one tbs of coconut oil inside one of my cups a day.

-Im taking one shot of Braggs apple cider vinegar a day in the morning.

Hoping to reintroduce working out this weekend. A little nervous. Also nervous because this was my first outbreak and I'm well aware another could be coming. Determined to give my all to fight it though. 



ALSO, PS.. im fully aware I'm going a little crazy with all of this stuff, and i do plan to relax a little bit with it all eventually, but right now and at least for these first few months, I'm doing any and every thing i need to fight this until my body builds up whatever immunity cells it needs to fight it (and praying it does).


OK THE END.  i hope this helps someone.. message me if u have any questions!

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