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AZ123

OB gone, just Bumps and Blisters, Dynamiclear, Acyclovir topicals?

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AZ123

Fortunately, I only had 3 outbreaks in last 3 years. BUT, I think the virus has spread in different directions, when I was fooling around with my boyfriend, the person I got this from, during the start of an outbreak, course we didn't get too far.. stupid idea right? meaning I could have spread it around yes, no? and he is just as dumb, having it for 20 years and still being clueless as what to do and not to do? Now after 3 years of having nothing major, I have a slight burning, with little bumps and blisters, redness, irritation, that wont go away for months now, even after ob is over, and Im guessing this is why. Went to dr. he said it looked like herpetic blisters, and gave me valtrex which didnt make it go away. Was wondering if anyone has something similar? did something as stupid as this? found out anything about a good topical for this? I am sure this is still contagious? Also take L-lysine pills, and applied lanacane which only gives temporary relief. Anyone ever take dynamiclear or any other topical balms? do antibiotic creams help? acyclovir? they all claim to do wonders, but wondering what might be best to take if any, before spending the money?? help.. thanks in advance..

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Syagrius

Hi,

For topical product, so far what has worked best for me is dynamiclear. It burns the virus on the skin and makes a scab. A few drops and game over for the virus.

Syagrius

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troubled_one

topicals

I have used H balm extra strength for outbreaks. It doesnt have the best smell, but it has worked for me. I also use the hbalm daily in addition to supplements when not having an outbreak.

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