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PLease watch his response to this thread while he froths at the mouth for his weak dis-empowered life using multi accounts to bully people here

SO MANY VALUABLE MEMBERS HAVE LEFT AND WE JUST HAVE A SHIT FORUM. WHY ?

I ENCOURAGE YOU TO GO TO HIS PAGE AND RAKE THROU HIS DELUDED RANTS AT PEOPLE.

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Tone123
3 minutes ago, WilsoInAus said:

Sorry Jay, our readers know better ;) 

Hey WilsoInAus is burning on penis a symptom of hsv2. Not when urinating. Mainly as I sit. I've tested negative at 2 months not sure if it's anxiety or what. Without antibodies id expect blisters by now smh. I do hace hsv1 high antibodies tho and ive read it helps in giving u mild symptoms. Docs don't know much man. Gems or jay, leave the man alone as he has alot of knowledge on this matter. 

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WilsoInAus

No actually mate Jay is a fake who does not have herpes or much knowledge at all. May I ask why it is you think that?

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Tone123
24 minutes ago, WilsoInAus said:

No actually mate Jay is a fake who does not have herpes or much knowledge at all. May I ask why it is you think that?

I was actually asking you the question not him. I meant you when I said you have alot of knowledge on this subject lol

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WilsoInAus
7 minutes ago, Tone123 said:

I was actually asking you the question not him. I meant you when I said you have alot of knowledge on this subject lol

I see that now, sorry, it’s just an awful situation and the Admin is not around. I’ll message Shenda now.

What you describe would be a very rare occurrence for a herpes infection and would almost always be downstream of lesions appearing and ulcerating.

There are many more probable causes and these do include anxiety that has stressed your pelvic floor muscles and nerves.

 

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Tone123
1 minute ago, WilsoInAus said:

I see that now, sorry, it’s just an awful situation and the Admin is not around. I’ll message Shenda now.

What you describe would be a very rare occurrence for a herpes infection and would almost always be downstream of lesions appearing and ulcerating.

There are many more probable causes and these do include anxiety that has stressed your pelvic floor muscles and nerves.

 

You don't have to apologize at all. About anxiety and stress omg it's through the roof smh.. I was ok because of not having any blisters or nothing like it at all. I did read having hsv1 will reduce symptoms of hsv2 and I've been skeptical sinse smh.. regardless of hsv1 would one expect blisters to show up if indeed I was infected? Also at 2 months with a negative is a good sign. I sure was expecting low numbers at the very least.

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WilsoInAus

You are very correct in that those with HSV-1 have a much greater chance of an almost unnoticeable infection with HSV-2. This means for all possible symptoms.

At 8 weeks, 90% of those infected have zero converted. I’m sure you’ll be negative at 16 weeks when all is conclusive.

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Gems
15 minutes ago, WilsoInAus said:

You are very correct in that those with HSV-1 have a much greater chance of an almost unnoticeable infection with HSV-2. This means for all possible symptoms.

At 8 weeks, 90% of those infected have zero converted. I’m sure you’ll be negative at 16 weeks when all is conclusive.

we are monitoring you across websites jay

your dismissive and rude attitude has caused many great suffering. few friends aint going to help you out...peeps are going redditt...and its just started.

hope you are monitoring those websites.

 

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Gems

The phone is ringing Jay...peeps are talking...everyone you've bullied to stop talking about getting help.

you could kill people...there are people ready to kill themselves over your bully-boy shit.

pls call admin...ive been told you dont really have many friends.

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55 minutes ago, Tone123 said:

You don't have to apologize at all. About anxiety and stress omg it's through the roof smh.. I was ok because of not having any blisters or nothing like it at all. I did read having hsv1 will reduce symptoms of hsv2 and I've been skeptical sinse smh.. regardless of hsv1 would one expect blisters to show up if indeed I was infected? Also at 2 months with a negative is a good sign. I sure was expecting low numbers at the very least.

pls dont hijack the thread.

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