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viralfrog
12 hours ago, Quest said:

 Just info, but my blisters looked like that if I didn't touch them. I could not really see them on my back so I had my hubby take a picture.  That's why I believe that 80% of people don't even notice them!?!

Did you test positive via swab?

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I'm 99% confident that these are caused by Herpes. This is what they looked like when I first caught the virus, and in the same spots as well, although now much milder and smaller in size. 
I have tested positive via swab when I first got the virus, and two times via blood test. However, since several people here are doubting my symptoms are caused by HSV, I might do another swab just to be sure. It's still good to rule anything else out beforehand. 

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blurneworder
7 hours ago, viralfrog said:

I'm 99% confident that these are caused by Herpes. This is what they looked like when I first caught the virus, and in the same spots as well, although now much milder and smaller in size. 
I have tested positive via swab when I first got the virus, and two times via blood test. However, since several people here are doubting my symptoms are caused by HSV, I might do another swab just to be sure. It's still good to rule anything else out beforehand. 

You tested positive already - why go through this again?

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viralfrog
55 minutes ago, blurneworder said:

You tested positive already - why go through this again?

While I personally feel my symptoms are caused by HSV-2, several knowledgeable members here seem to doubt my symptoms look like Herpes. No doubt that I carry the virus, but it's not a bad idea to make sure my condition is caused by Herpes, because my case is very unsual. I have outbreaks practically every day. It would be very bad if I'm filling my body with high doses of antivirals trying to tread something else. 

Little update: I stopped antivirals compeltely a few days ago and started eating ascorbic acid 12g/day and NAC 1g per day. I'm actually feeling better, still some redness but my energy levels are getting back up. 

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readytostart

I wonder, in a scenario where a cure would exist, I imagine a blood test to check if someone´s actually cured would be a nonsense, would it?...I was recently reading about that synergy pharmaceuticals thread, and in their web they show some "results". The only thing showed to confirm someone is negative for herpes is "not detected", which I assume is a blood test Igg, Igm, but, ¿isn´t it true that even if an infection is resolved, the antibodies remain present?, I mean, viral load or presence of the virus can not be determined by a blood test in case of eliminating the virus, am I wrong?

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15 minutes ago, readytostart said:

I wonder, in a scenario where a cure would exist, I imagine a blood test to check if someone´s actually cured would be a nonsense, would it?...I was recently reading about that synergy pharmaceuticals thread, and in their web they show some "results". The only thing showed to confirm someone is negative for herpes is "not detected", which I assume is a blood test Igg, Igm, but, ¿isn´t it true that even if an infection is resolved, the antibodies remain present?, I mean, viral load or presence of the virus can not be determined by a blood test in case of eliminating the virus, am I wrong?

Synergy or any product that claims it will cure you is a scam.

To prove someone was cured I assume something like a ongoing PCR test would be the way. That test would test for shedding also. I believe shedding occurs fairly regularly. I don't think you can go for months without shedding. In fact, shedding may occur monthly, but I don't know for sure. In any event, if you were to take a PCR test daily for several months and there was no virus present, then it would probably mean you were cured.  The only chance of a cure is through serious research, not scams like Synergy or ozone or oregano oil or ........

In animals their nerve tissue can be analyzed. Of course we can't do that in humans which is why we need something like a PCR test.

 

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Quest

Thanks for the information. 

I also agree with Blurneworder -not doing testing again if you have already tested positive multiple occasions.

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WilsoInAus
2 hours ago, Quest said:

Thanks for the information. 

I also agree with Blurneworder -not doing testing again if you have already tested positive multiple occasions.

Hang on, no one is talking about testing again for herpes. We are suggesting an analysis of the serum in the blisters that will give clues as to the cause.

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Quest

Why? He is positive.

ViralFrog glad you are moving forward and at some point you can enjoy having a functional cure.

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jmherped

NAC is great.  Memantine is horrible, dont do it, but adamantine, sold as flu medication seemed to help repress my last breakout.  

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