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I was diagnosed with hsv1&2 earlier this year. I was prescribed 1g of valtrex (valacyclovir) a day for suppressive therapy. Valtrex helps greatly with my symtoms, but I recently had to leave my job for health reasons and will no longer have health insurance to get prescribed valtrex.
Does anyone know where I can purchase valtrex (valacyclovir) online without a prescription?
I am experiencing a lot of nerve pain, numbness, shooting pain, back pain, leg pain, pain in my butt cheeks... and I found some studies on nerve pain & HSV...
I contracted the virus anally 2 years ago without a primary outbreak, just the fever like symtpoms. Only had my first visible outbreak 4 months later and took valtrex for a few days. Only afyerni was done with the meds, that's when the nerve pain started. Ever since then, I never used any meds again and only have a small red dot outbreaks in my inner left and right thighs near my dick.
However, the nerve pain is constant on my left inner thigh in the crease and it sometimes moves to the head and shaft (nerve tingly pain). This pain has been constant for 2 years. Just wondering if I'm the only one with this problem, but are there any guys who have constant nerve pain from hsv2?
I am GHSV2 positive with a full credential--an unequivocal and indisputable blood test with lots of little antibodies in it. I even obtained an advanced degree--a biopsy of the first OB. I've had this nervous system infection for several years...yes, nervous system infection...not a dermatologic infection. It is a widely known fact that GHSV2 resides in the sacral ganglia. Pesky things, them facts!!!
My first OB presented with all the bells and whistles...and sirens. Now, I rarely get OBs. By rarely, I mean that I can go a couple of years or more without one. However, I do frequently suffer from the same identical sacral nerve pain that I experienced when I had my first OB. I did not experience this type of pain prior to being exposed to HSV2. There are two reasons I use Valacyclovir, but I do not take it every day. 1. I want to decrease the likelihood of giving HSV2 to my significant other (I don't medicate daily because it was a LDR) and/or 2. I am in a lot of sacral nerve pain and I don't want to wait it out. In my case, whether or not I use Valacyclovir, I rarely have an OB...I just have nerve pain. The nerve pain is alleviated by taking Valacyclovir. It's like prodrome nerve pain, but without the blisters. Does anyone doubt what I am experiencing as being HSV2 related? If so, please explain why. Make sure you have done significant research and are able to post charts and graphs and multiple sources to back up your statements...because this shit's real 😤
I have noticed that most people who suffering of daily nerves pain are mainly male and have mediteranean background: turc, arabic, spanish, jew, (indian, pakistanese are obviously not mediteranean but they might have some ancestor ).. It's also my case.
I want to confirm this hypothesis. Among people suffering of nerves pain, can you post if you are/are not with mediteranean background?
It could be interesting to understand the virus and adapt a cure for us.