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Sammie27

This may apply more for women but I've had Herpes HSV2 for almost 3 years now. I usually get a foul smell in my vaginal area most months and usually before an outbreak. I was tested before for other STDS and bacterial vaginosis and was clear of all that. Are there other women out there with this issue?

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Cas9
7 minutes ago, Sammie27 said:

This may apply more for women but I've had Herpes HSV2 for almost 3 years now. I usually get a foul smell in my vaginal area most months and usually before an outbreak. I was tested before for other STDS and bacterial vaginosis and was clear of all that. Are there other women out there with this issue?

You didn't have this issue before you got hsv?

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Happybee

I have hsv2 and Hpv and I have gained some weight over time. I am constantly battling BV and odor I really think it because of HSV2... I am with 1 partner only.. past 3 years just him and it is a issue for me;-(

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1 hour ago, Happybee said:

I have hsv2 and Hpv and I have gained some weight over time. I am constantly battling BV and odor I really think it because of HSV2... I am with 1 partner only.. past 3 years just him and it is a issue for me;-(

Are you sure it's not related to diet and subsequent weight gain since you got hsv?

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Happybee

It might be.. I really do not have a bad diet*i gained wieght because of pregnancy but I think hsv2  has played an part in it

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