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lvlvlv4

Word to the wise for people who try this..  the #2 ingredient is capsaicin, and it literally feels like you're putting habanero sauce on your ....... I have an area that was hit by a bad OB, healed now, but the skin is still very fragile and temperamental. I will try this for a few days and see if it inspires some kind of full recovery. 

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lvlvlv4

So I ordered this and tried it. I had an area on the genitals that was only semi-healed from the last OB... it would heal, but any friction or irritation would result in skin breakage or redness. This had been going on for 2-3 months. 

I used this stuff 2x per day, for two days. Disclaimer, it is painful as hell. I used ice packs to help a bit. 2-3 days after the last application, the area that was previously unhealed was totally healed. Since then, (6 weeks or so) I have not had any further OB. This stuff does seem to be very legit. I had tried a dozen other things with no result, including daily valtrex and all sorts of oils and supplements. Just be aware what you are getting into, because if you put this in a "sensitive" area it will be akin to chili oil on your skin and will sting for 40-60 mins badly. 

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GotMeAtLast
11 minutes ago, lvlvlv4 said:

So I ordered this and tried it. I had an area on the genitals that was only semi-healed from the last OB... it would heal, but any friction or irritation would result in skin breakage or redness. This had been going on for 2-3 months. 

I used this stuff 2x per day, for two days. Disclaimer, it is painful as hell. I used ice packs to help a bit. 2-3 days after the last application, the area that was previously unhealed was totally healed. Since then, (6 weeks or so) I have not had any further OB. This stuff does seem to be very legit. I had tried a dozen other things with no result, including daily valtrex and all sorts of oils and supplements. Just be aware what you are getting into, because if you put this in a "sensitive" area it will be akin to chili oil on your skin and will sting for 40-60 mins badly. 

What is the link you used to order it?

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lvlvlv4
9 minutes ago, GotMeAtLast said:

What is the link you used to order it?

I ordered from the Turkish website quoted by the original poster. I don't want to endorse one site or another, but I will say their shipping and service was really fast. I had to use paypal to pay, the credit card option would not work. 

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Jimmyjimmyhuapua

Hi guys im from Turkey and what you mean is most probably is this product

 https://www.hepsiburada.com/sadbe-roll-on-fort-8-ml-p-HBV000003FW5Q?magaza=Kutlutaş Sağlık&wt_gl=cpc.nelk.6813-saglik-kisisel-bakim-saglik-pla&gclid=Cj0KCQjwjbveBRDVARIsAKxH7vnmKG6ubXp_p8-RKFA_nXhvpeLjgJ61oAiedmtDSU15kEoQ0vozEgsaAgsJEALw_wcB

Its an alopecia drug yes. I will also try it and will comment about it. Vladimir did you apply this to entire body or just to genital area where you get ob's ? And how often we need to apply it everyday 2 times for 1 week or longer or shorter ?

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ManagingIllness

@lvlvlv4 Please keep us posted. Although your statement is anecdotal, it's very useful. If possible, please do the following:

1) consistently (bi-weekly for example) apply the medication to the same place at some given amount (maybe a lower amount now that you're healed)
2) note any HSV nerve tingling that happens throughout this period, to see if it's lower than your norm
3) reply back when you get your first OB after following this protocol, telling us how long it has been since your last OB, and how it compares to your frequency of outbreaks prior to applying this drug

Once again, I would love to hear this. I am taking valacyclovir 500mg daily, and all my tingling stopped (and no OB yet). Next time I go to the doctor I will get a script for this drug, and use both in tandem.

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WilsoInAus
27 minutes ago, ManagingIllness said:

@lvlvlv4 Please keep us posted. Although your statement is anecdotal, it's very useful. If possible, please do the following:

1) consistently (bi-weekly for example) apply the medication to the same place at some given amount (maybe a lower amount now that you're healed)
2) note any HSV nerve tingling that happens throughout this period, to see if it's lower than your norm
3) reply back when you get your first OB after following this protocol, telling us how long it has been since your last OB, and how it compares to your frequency of outbreaks prior to applying this drug

Once again, I would love to hear this. I am taking valacyclovir 500mg daily, and all my tingling stopped (and no OB yet). Next time I go to the doctor I will get a script for this drug, and use both in tandem.

What? You are taking antivirals without a positive test. Good lord man don’t go and see this doctor again. My goodness, the utter incompetence.

See a new doctor immediately for a diagnosis!

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ManagingIllness
42 minutes ago, WilsoInAus said:

What? You are taking antivirals without a positive test. Good lord man don’t go and see this doctor again. My goodness, the utter incompetence.

See a new doctor immediately for a diagnosis!

Who knows if I have had further testing since whatever post I made however long ago. Oh that's right, I know, and you don't, you ignorant fuck.

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WilsoInAus
1 hour ago, ManagingIllness said:

Who knows if I have had further testing since whatever post I made however long ago. Oh that's right, I know, and you don't, you ignorant fuck.

Whoa, that hit a nerve. Obviously I’m correct, you haven’t tested positive.

Please see your doctor and request an IgG test that is type specific for HSV-1 and HSV-2.

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theuniversesucks
6 hours ago, WilsoInAus said:

Whoa, that hit a nerve. Obviously I’m correct, you haven’t tested positive.

Please see your doctor and request an IgG test that is type specific for HSV-1 and HSV-2.

WilsolnAus : Its evident you need to see a doctor because you need psychiatric treatment ,  nothing wrong with you besides whatever mental illness you suffer from which brings you this website regularly  , there is im sure help out there for you if you honestly seek it , you just have to believe in yourself and that you can get better . Good luck ..

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viralfrog

Anyone here have more experiences with SADBE? Been doing a lot of research on it since discovering it here on the forum. It's not too expensive, so it would be an interesting one to test if it can actually work. 

I have some type of Acylovir-resistant strain of HSV-2 and I have an on-going outbreak that I can't get to stop with any drugs/supplements. More info what I've already tried on this thread.

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lvlvlv4

I don't plan to use this stuff again until the next sign of an OB. It really is painful and not really good for daily or weekly use, at least ideally. 

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WilsoInAus
8 hours ago, theuniversesucks said:

WilsolnAus : Its evident you need to see a doctor because you need psychiatric treatment ,  nothing wrong with you besides whatever mental illness you suffer from which brings you this website regularly  , there is im sure help out there for you if you honestly seek it , you just have to believe in yourself and that you can get better . Good luck ..

Are you saying people with serious issues should just assume they have herpes despite negative testing?

My god man, where is your empathy, where is your compassion, where is your love?

You must have the wrong website, this is a SUPPORT site! Where is the support in what you have written? All you’ve done is drop in to abuse someone and failed in any way to add value to the issue.

Please reflect on why you would feel the need to do that. The answer is self evident to most readers here!

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StayingUpbeat
6 hours ago, lvlvlv4 said:

I don't plan to use this stuff again until the next sign of an OB. It really is painful and not really good for daily or weekly use, at least ideally. 

  Unfortunately the painful aspect is probably from the Capsasin that is included in the SADBE that is available online.  Capsasin is the chemical that makes hot peppers hot. Rubbing this on mucus membranes, in practically any concentration, would be very uncomfortable. 

  If you believe the compound is providing you benefit (after the Capsasin discomfort wears off) it would make a lot more sense to meet with a dermatologist, show him the study linked in this thread, and get a pure SADBE 1% cream.  The reaction to SADBE shouldn't happen until several hours, even potentially a day after applied, and should be relatively mild.

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viralfrog
7 hours ago, lvlvlv4 said:

I don't plan to use this stuff again until the next sign of an OB. It really is painful and not really good for daily or weekly use, at least ideally. 

Is it really painful applied to anywhere, or specifically to genitals? I can certainly imagine the pain for the latter case. However, from what I understood from the studies, you could apply it anywhere on the skin unless I'm wrong e.g. on your arm or similar. 

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Terrell
On 8/20/2018 at 6:36 PM, brookeb300 said:

I need an iv of acyclovir 

How long have you been diagnosed?

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dont quit!17
On 10/23/2018 at 11:18 AM, lvlvlv4 said:

So I ordered this and tried it. I had an area on the genitals that was only semi-healed from the last OB... it would heal, but any friction or irritation would result in skin breakage or redness. This had been going on for 2-3 months. 

I used this stuff 2x per day, for two days. Disclaimer, it is painful as hell. I used ice packs to help a bit. 2-3 days after the last application, the area that was previously unhealed was totally healed. Since then, (6 weeks or so) I have not had any further OB. This stuff does seem to be very legit. I had tried a dozen other things with no result, including daily valtrex and all sorts of oils and supplements. Just be aware what you are getting into, because if you put this in a "sensitive" area it will be akin to chili oil on your skin and will sting for 40-60 mins badly. 

Is there a way you can put this near the groin area like the inner thigh versus the genitals itself? This is really interesting but sounds super painful. 

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viralfrog
2 hours ago, dont quit!17 said:

Is there a way you can put this near the groin area like the inner thigh versus the genitals itself? This is really interesting but sounds super painful. 

I was thinking the same, also could put in in a place where if it causes irritation, it won't be seen. Would be great to get more info on the subject or any experiences. 

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lvlvlv4
17 hours ago, viralfrog said:

Is it really painful applied to anywhere, or specifically to genitals? I can certainly imagine the pain for the latter case. However, from what I understood from the studies, you could apply it anywhere on the skin unless I'm wrong e.g. on your arm or similar. 

I applied it on my arm and waited a day or so to make sure there was no rash or reaction. I did not hurt putting it on your arm. In both areas I never got a rash, just 40 mins of pain! 

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viralfrog
7 hours ago, lvlvlv4 said:

I applied it on my arm and waited a day or so to make sure there was no rash or reaction. I did not hurt putting it on your arm. In both areas I never got a rash, just 40 mins of pain! 

Did you see any decrease in HSV outbreaks? 

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lvlvlv4
15 hours ago, viralfrog said:

Did you see any decrease in HSV outbreaks? 

Been OB free for several weeks. I also have been tweaking my valtrex from daily to episodic. Three days ago I noticed three red spots, so I did one day (1x every 12 hours) of sadbe to see how it would work on heading off a potential OB. We'll see what happens, it usually takes a few days to work. 

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