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Muscha
1 minute ago, blurneworder said:

Are you going to ever explain why you think Bob's story is false?

I am not answering anything anymore until you explain yourself.

You can't answer it without acknowleging to the forum that you do not have hsv2  which you do not have.  I dont think you have hsv1 either. But ant remember all of your changing symptoms

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Muscha
Just now, blurneworder said:

And provided no evidence at all other than his opinion. Did you even check to see if his right? 

Did you read the thread? 

What proof do you have that it's "bullshit" as you said. Either own up to your opinion or stop responding.

Im.not the one trying to.prove I have something when I dont.  That is what you are doing.   Pack it up and put it away.  You will not be needing it for awhile.  

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blurneworder
1 minute ago, Muscha said:

You can't answer it without acknowleging to the forum that you do not have hsv2  which you do not have.  I dont think you have hsv1 either. But ant remember all of your changing symptoms

Okay, I get it. You have no proof or ability to explain why Bob's story is bullshit. You said it was, but cannot provide evidence. You are spineless and not worthy of continuing a conversation with.

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Muscha
Just now, blurneworder said:

Okay, I get it. You have no proof or ability to explain why Bob's story is bullshit. You said it was, but cannot provide evidence. You are spineless and not worthy of continuing a conversation with.

Blurne

..sorry but you are getting boring to.me.. you are predictable.  And  I thought you were going to block.me.  oh well.  Until next time that you lie and misinform.  And be careful where you pack that thing.  Wouldnt want you to lose it in case you finally come around.

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Mikeike3

Wilson is incapable of doing his own research or coming to scientific conclusions.

i like the arguing on here now because it shows outsiders how sad everyone in this community is.  It should be used as a public advisory to not get herpes

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WilsoInAus
27 minutes ago, Mikeike3 said:

Wilson is incapable of doing his own research or coming to scientific conclusions.

i like the arguing on here now because it shows outsiders how sad everyone in this community is.  It should be used as a public advisory to not get herpes

Yep it sure shows ‘Em. 
And it’s worked for you to not get herpes!

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Muscha
2 hours ago, Mikeike3 said:

Wilson is incapable of doing his own research or coming to scientific conclusions.

i like the arguing on here now because it shows outsiders how sad everyone in this community is.  It should be used as a public advisory to not get herpes

Whatever it takes to help those that need help. 

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blurneworder
Posted (edited)

Update:

I've never been a coffee drinker, and if I did have a cup, nothing happened to my body; that is until I got herpes. Seeing so many stories of people with herpes having outbreaks triggered by coffee inspired me to start drinking coffee x1 a week to see what happened.

For three weeks straight, any time I drink coffee in the morning, my butthole becomes extremely itchy and red later in the day. It feels like a sunburn that won't quit. 

Now, I have a visible sore at the entrance to my butthole, but I can't get it swabbed tomorrow.

As a reminder, people on this forum still try to convince me I don't have genital herpes. 

 

 

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Muscha
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5 hours ago, blurneworder said:

Update:

I've never been a coffee drinker, and if I did have a cup, nothing happened to my body; that is until I got herpes. Seeing so many stories of people with herpes having outbreaks triggered by coffee inspired me to start drinking coffee x1 a week to see what happened.

For three weeks straight, any time I drink coffee in the morning, my butthole becomes extremely itchy and red later in the day. It feels like a sunburn that won't quit. 

Now, I have a visible sore at the entrance to my butthole, but I can't get it swabbed tomorrow.

As a reminder, people on this forum still try to convince me I don't have genital herpes. 

 

 

It's not people on this forum...its your multiple Drs and all of your negative tests including a Western Blot that tell you , you do not have herpes..  The people on this forum only repeat what your Drs and the myriad of testings have told you.

Sorry Blurne but you are not the most atypical herpes sufferer in the world. You cant have all the symptoms you claim as herpes.  Herpes does not work that way. I find it appalling you continue to try to scare others with the most outlandish of atypical symptoms known to mankind.

Are you attributing this scenario to herpes?  How can that be when you are negative for herpes?  You did test negative per a WB...for herpes....correct??

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Fred R
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I have been following this thread for some time now. I promised myself I wouldn’t dig myself in the darkness here but the reality is Im going on 14 weeks past exposure and I’m having the same symptoms as many on this thread. 13 week iGGs negative. Been to 2 derm who refuse to swab telling me the redness and tiny flat white spots are normal. They told me the foliclitus on my legs are 100% bacterial. I haven’t had anything on my genital yet. I’m debating a WB but going to wait until the 16 week mark. I also was diagnosed with HPV at week 4 visually and those were frozen off. I did apply a lot of creams up to that So maybe it spread idk but this is a nightmare .

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Muscha
Posted (edited)
50 minutes ago, Fred R said:

I have been following this thread for some time now. I promised myself I wouldn’t dig myself in the darkness here but the reality is Im going on 14 weeks past exposure and I’m having the same symptoms as many on this thread. 13 week iGGs negative. Been to 2 derm who refuse to swab telling me the redness and tiny flat white spots are normal. They told me the foliclitus on my legs are 100% bacterial. I haven’t had anything on my genital yet. I’m debating a WB but going to wait until the 16 week mark. I also was diagnosed with HPV at week 4 visually and those were frozen off. I did apply a lot of creams up to that So maybe it spread idk but this is a nightmare .

So let me get this straight to make sure I fully understand you.  You've had two medically trained professional refuse to swab and tell you relax...only normal penis, folliculitis and zero genital lesions. You've also had a negative IgG test at 13 weeks but refuse to believe the results.  Is that correct?

And yet, you will come to an internet forum and begin to believe the most asinine comments from someone who also has tested negative for Hsv1 and hsv2 with a western blot (and multiple IgGs) by his own admission.  So if if you get a western blot (and 16 weeks is too soon, I think for a WB) would you even trust the results or would you continue to listen to this quackery?

Finally, If I remember correctly and please correct me if I'm wrong you placed your penis in another womans mouth that was not your wife and that's when your trouble began, correct? It's easy to see....you had a regretful sexual experience and you are feeling guilty for your indiscretion.  That is understandable but put it behind you, trust your Drs and trust the science and keep Mr Happy in your pants where it belongs. And get off the internet...its going to kill you if you let it.

@StayingUpbeat this ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ is precisely what should not be happening and there have been others as well.   Rule  #9 about atypical bullshit.

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Fred R
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@Muscha @StayingUpbeat I’m sorry if I broke any rules or am offending anyone. This forum has been the 1 thing keeping my sanity. But my symptoms I feel are real. If 16 week WB is too soon is 13 week IGG as well? A WB I would have to trust based on the accuracy percentages.

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Posted (edited)
9 minutes ago, Fred R said:

@Muscha @StayingUpbeat I’m sorry if I broke any rules or am offending anyone. This forum has been the 1 thing keeping my sanity. But my symptoms I feel are real. If 16 week WB is too soon is 13 week IGG as well? A WB I would have to trust based on the accuracy percentages.

@Fred R it's not you breaking any rules.   It's the person putting up this crazy bullshit and vulnerable people like you are reading it thinking it's TRUE.  It's not.  This guy is a fraud.  The fact is ...he doesnt have herpes and neither do you.  You say this forum is helping you with your sanity....If you just posted the above with all the information you have been given, I'm going to have to say I disagree.  Acknowledge you made a mistake regarding your personal relationship but put it behind you.  You made a mistake.  Stop beating yourself up and focus on what's important and that's taking care of your relationship and not letting the indescretion happen again. You are herpes free.  How does that sound??

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Mikeike3

The hostility toward posters who have doubts need to stop. Stop attacking people for questioning an obviously flawed system.

 

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Muscha
Posted (edited)
26 minutes ago, Mikeike3 said:

The hostility toward posters who have doubts need to stop. Stop attacking people for questioning an obviously flawed system.

 

@Mikeike3 The system is not flawed...this thread is flawed.  

Hopefully misinformation will not be permitted anymore as evidenced by your last thread removal by the moderators 

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blurneworder
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@Fred R, I have Musca blocked, so I can't see what his comments are, but I'm guessing he is saying I don't have herpes.

As a reminder, I tested negative for 11 months, then had two positive blood tests in the same month that lead two different specialists to tell me that I have herpes.

A neurologist I saw told me that he sees patients with herpes who do experience the same symptoms I have.

I'm having a hard time getting a positive swab and I've not yet had skin removed to be studied at a lab. 

Sugar and coffee trigger my symptoms.

Like you, I kept being told I didn't have anything until I actually tested positive. I passed the virus to another person because doctors and tests told me I didn't have it.

I recently had unprotected sex multiple times with someone who already had OHSV1 and I didn't catch anything from her and she did not once complain about any of me symptoms transferring to her. Unfortunately, the girl I dated before this one did not have HSV until dating me. She did start having some of my symptoms.

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Posted (edited)
10 minutes ago, blurneworder said:

@Fred R, I have Musca blocked, so I can't see what his comments are, but I'm guessing he is saying I don't have herpes.

As a reminder, I tested negative for 11 months, then had two positive blood tests in the same month that lead two different specialists to tell me that I have herpes.

A neurologist I saw told me that he sees patients with herpes who do experience the same symptoms I have.

I'm having a hard time getting a positive swab and I've not yet had skin removed to be studied at a lab. 

Sugar and coffee trigger my symptoms.

I'm not saying you dont have herpes.  Your multiple Drs and multiple blood tests say you dont have herpes. I simply agree with the information that has been provided to you.

I believe for the positive you ested a very, very low equivical...like a .92 or something like that for hsv1 which has since been overturned by additional IgG and WB testing.

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hk81

@muscha stop being rude to other people and offending them. And stop playing the doctor, when you are not. Giving your opinion is one thing. Offending, making fun and imposing your point of view as the only right one is not acceptable. I don't know how old you are, but you sound like a kid. You lack of any sense of politeness and care for the situation of other people.

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2 hours ago, hk81 said:

@muscha stop being rude to other people and offending them. And stop playing the doctor, when you are not. Giving your opinion is one thing. Offending, making fun and imposing your point of view as the only right one is not acceptable. I don't know how old you are, but you sound like a kid. You lack of any sense of politeness and care for the situation of other people.

@hk81 It's not my opinion. It's the Drs and the tests that say negative.  Those pesky Drs and tests.  Those guys are always wrong, right  Remember that is the key point.

And tell me...to whom was I being rude? Tell me and please be specufic... whom did I offend?

The rudeness is in the false information being presented here.  I'm sorry but you cant go and make things up just because it's the internet. There are vulnerable people like Fred R and others who think this is real life herpes happenings nd its not.

Besides...this very forum has rules regarding what's going on on this thread.  Hopefully they will be enforced soon. Rule  #9.  Look it up.

@hk81 I have gone back and reread what I have written....I dont see ANYWHERE that I have made fun of anyone but I'm sure it's possible I may in the future... depends on what else may be written.

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Tone123
15 hours ago, blurneworder said:

Update:

I've never been a coffee drinker, and if I did have a cup, nothing happened to my body; that is until I got herpes. Seeing so many stories of people with herpes having outbreaks triggered by coffee inspired me to start drinking coffee x1 a week to see what happened.

For three weeks straight, any time I drink coffee in the morning, my butthole becomes extremely itchy and red later in the day. It feels like a sunburn that won't quit. My next step is to get the area swabbed for HSV.

As a reminder, people on this forum still try to convince me I don't have genital herpes. 

 

 

I take it you're not satisfied with the negative western blot at what like 1 1/2 years post exposure. Do you feel like it missed your infection being like 95%accurate? How are your other symptoms? Sometimes buttholes itch bro lol.  Being negative for both or recently getting hsv I would think you'd of seen blisters by now as much as we stressed over it. I would think you'd of had some kind of immune response by now. Have you posted to Terri Warrens forum at all just to see what she might think. 

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Zero_Cool

“Anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that 'my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.'
 Isaac Asimov

We have a case of Blurn and others' delusions demanding to be treated as valid as the opinions of FDA approved tests and doctors (in many cases specialists). Blurn- you had the WB, gtfoh. 

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WilsoInAus
23 hours ago, blurneworder said:

Update:

I've never been a coffee drinker, and if I did have a cup, nothing happened to my body; that is until I got herpes. Seeing so many stories of people with herpes having outbreaks triggered by coffee inspired me to start drinking coffee x1 a week to see what happened.

For three weeks straight, any time I drink coffee in the morning, my butthole becomes extremely itchy and red later in the day. It feels like a sunburn that won't quit. 

Now, I have a visible sore at the entrance to my butthole, but I can't get it swabbed tomorrow.

As a reminder, people on this forum still try to convince me I don't have genital herpes. 

 

 

Where on God's Earth has it ever been mentioned that herpes can cause that?

Anyways, the fantasy is over. The notion that you have herpes has died a rather undignified death, don't prop it up in the corner like "Mother".

Here's a poem I find useful for dealing with the loss and end of a herpes fantasy.

 

Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone,
Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone,
Silence the pianos and with muffled drum
Bring out the coffin, let the mourners come.

Let aeroplanes circle moaning overhead
Scribbling on the sky the message Herpes is Dead,
Put crêpe bows round the white necks of the public doves,
Let the traffic policemen wear black cotton gloves.

Herpes was my North, my South, my East, my West,
My working week and my Sunday rest,
My noon, my midnight, my talk, my song,
I thought that love would last forever: I was wrong.

The stars are not wanted now: put out every one;
Pack up the moon and dismantle the sun;
Pour away the ocean and sweep up the wood.
For nothing now can ever come to any good.
Unless the fantasy is left behind, then life shall be as it could.

Apologies Auden

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Muscha

@StayingUpbeat

9. Do not insight or provoke fear or alarm in our community.

We realize that there are serious but rare complications which can arise from this virus, as they can with any virus and other health conditions. However, purposefully frightening people with atypical scenarios about HSV is not our primary agenda. Although it may be an important one in some fields, such as when lobbying for changes in legislation. From the perspective of our support service, a scare tactic type approach is not conducive in offering our friends here support, inspiration and encouragement, and we ask that this be respected while posting here in the forums.

This thread cannot be a more blatant disregard to the aforementioned rule. 

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Mikeike3
5 hours ago, Muscha said:

@StayingUpbeat

9. Do not insight or provoke fear or alarm in our community.

We realize that there are serious but rare complications which can arise from this virus, as they can with any virus and other health conditions. However, purposefully frightening people with atypical scenarios about HSV is not our primary agenda. Although it may be an important one in some fields, such as when lobbying for changes in legislation. From the perspective of our support service, a scare tactic type approach is not conducive in offering our friends here support, inspiration and encouragement, and we ask that this be respected while posting here in the forums.

This thread cannot be a more blatant disregard to the aforementioned rule. 

I agree in that you should be banned for inflammatory actions

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Muscha

Says the guy whose most recent  post was banned for being inflammatory.

You guys cant come in here and make up new rules that go against Professionals, Specialists and Industry accepted practices. You might be atypical but not for herpes.  There is an obligation to let the future readers of this forum know that this kind of nonsense is in fact ....nonsense!

@StayingUpbeat

If the moderators should choose to ban me...they ban me.    But, let's hope this thread goes away for sure.

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