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my first ob. is this normal? will i be relief?

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vanillamist

im having it for 3 weeks now..it is my first ob.i have only 1 pimple like blister before that turned into an ulcer,which is quite painful when i urinate.i have no idea what it is so i haven't seen any doctor before..after a week or so, i notice i then have 2 other sores, then 5...for two weeks i have no idea what is going on.this is my 3rd week and the outbreak has gone really bad and painful.spcially with frictions everytime i walk or move.i cannot wear skirt cos i have to wear pants for uniform in the office.. this 3rd week i consulted my gyne and now taking acyclovir. i dont know if i am also getting better coz now i have swollen labia..really swollen..and have so many sores and painful ulcers/blisters...so many pmple-like blsters and sores...i am also in great pain. i dont know if this will even heal..and how long will i be relieved... when will i be normal again?

should i take lysine? what will u advise since my dr only prescribe aciclovir and not given me any other alternative foods/supplements.. except for vitamins.

i am stil positive that my down there will heal and be normal again.. but when? i really want to live a normal life now.

please help. i cannot sit properly, walk.sometimes i just feel like going home and lie in my bed all day.. it is really bad.. now, my down there is really abnormal..

i need u all guys to advice.

thanks.

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vanillamist

no one has seem to answer my question and my pathetic situation.

sorry. i am just really worried and i think i will still have this ob on the next coming weeks. my situation does not get any better and it is really getting worse everyday. i dont know if this blisters will become sores and then puff.. i really have loads down there.. and it is quite painful not to mention the swell..

somebody out there please encourage me..

:(

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HC-Support-Team

First outbreak - pain relief help

Hi vanillamist,

I am sorry that you haven't received a reply yet and that you are having to go through this. We are all here to help you, so don't feel alone.

To start with, you can find a good collection of tips and information here:

:arrow:Typical cycle of an outbreak

:arrow:Pain Relief Remedies

:arrow:Herpes Treatments that can help

The good news is that the first outbreak is normally always the worst, it WILL heal and it is likely to be far less severe if you ever have a recurrence.

During a first episode, the immune system develops antibodies and other weapons against the virus. During a recurrence, then, this "immune memory" can help to fight off infection more quickly.

As a result, as time goes on there are usually fewer sores, they heal faster, and the outbreak is less painful. Some people never experience another recurrence.

You can find more useful info by clicking on the links to the right and our members have some great advice to share too.

Stay strong, we are here if you need us!

Shenda

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Tiger5

Hey, I'm suffering my first OB too. I'm on week 3. The first week it seemed to get better, then I got a whole new and different crop week 2 that has been itching and swollen like hell. I'm on my 3rd bottle of Acyclovir, as well as starting Lysine (3000mg a day) I used an entire bottle of H-Balm even though it seemed to help the pain and itching, in my case, my symptoms seemed to worsen while using it.

I got some Aveeno Baby Diaper Rash ointment to get me through the worst days of itching. It has 13% zinc and oatmeal. It seemed to get better after day 2 of using it. Now I am taking Epsom baths twice a day and using Purell after the baths. Almost all my swelling is gone and the Purell stop the itching almost instantly. I put just a little on with a cotton ball in the worst itchy areas.

Hope this helps.

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pj71

It seems like there is so little that is actually known about how to handle this virus.

I had a very small and symptom free first outbreak- the symptoms healed and it went away with very little angst. My physician said I could expect my first outbreak to be my worst- but today- I felt symptoms returning- and I am having multiple blisters.

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