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    • Shubhherpe
      My prognosis is that the funding for herpes will be either cut down or completely stop for sometime. Curing herpes was never on the priority list of NIH
    • Just a human being
      I believe from others studies lysine showed mixed effects. HoweverI would question those studies and designs if they are looking at the right factors. The causative factors of chronic infections are a little more complicated than lysine yes or no.  Traditional diets as one can see are naturally high lysine and it seems important in the case of viral infections whether if appears to help or not on the surface.  I posted it as it’s just such a well written and referenced article and explains a lot of orthomolecular science (HTMA science) and is based on the same science as Synergy (science is science published or unpublished!). I cannot tell you how many times I was told this year “It’s not science till it’s published”.  I thought @hk81 might enjoy it as a jumping point into the foray of hazy patchwork of unpublished and published science while applying their keen intellect.  I give this resource to most people as I think it’s an excellent article.   
    • shadowgirl88
      I take 1000mg of L-lysine daily.  I heard it helped tremendously with OBs. And I never have OB’s. So. I believe it!  (And I’m on no suppressive drugs) 
    • iFdUp
      I don't  believe this will affect the HSV research too much. 
    • WilsoInAus
      What makes you think that you have HSV-2 in any or a specific location?
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advice needed pls internal obs/bv

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hey everyone

i got diagnosed in sept last year and the first 3 months i was having constant outbreaks.. since the end of dec i think i’ve had maybe 2 outbreaks which is promisising to see, but one thing i have noticed is that for about 1-2 days (think this has happened evey month )  the opening of my vagina will be itchy and i get a whitish discharge , i’m not sure if this is related to my hsv or i have bv is thrush which has been caused by the virus or the discharge is normal because it’s around the time of my period but i am worried that i may be having internal outbreaks and now i’m freaking out again after coming to terms with my external outbreaks decreasing, i will defo boom an appointment with my doc but just wanted to hear if anyone else gets this ? i’ve never been diagnosed with bv or something not sure if that’s a normal thing for it to come and go , 

thanks xx 

lol apologies on all the typos ^^

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this is just the same post in another topic as i wasn’t sure where to post 😅 noo nothing yet, haven’t had any symptoms or discharge in a few weeks , i will take your advice you sent me 

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I’ve done research and you get a milky discharge right before you start your period. I have that happen every month too, due to changes in hormones. I was recently diagnosed sand my first ob was right before my menstruation. My care provider wasn’t too worried. But if you’re really worried you should get it checked out.

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