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Fred R

First outbreak (for real) (it could be 2nd)

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Fred R

So tonight I finally noticed something strange on the foreskin. Sure enough it’s exactly what the web says it’s like. And to make matters work I have a pretty good rash on the front of both my hands.this is going to be a messy situation 

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blurneworder

I believe you that something is happening to, but your photos don't really show what you are going through.

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Fred R

It’s bad picture I have a zoomed in version ...I’m just having trouble loading it 

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      You’ve seen my pics, you weren’t able to argue they weren’t herp
    • WilsoInAus
      @Ole that is not so good and makes it imperative to identify what is going on. Hopefully you can obtain the type specific test. Keep an open mind for other possible causes too.
    • thatsmycat
      I would have to disagree with you on this. I have HSV2 on my mouth and I get outbreaks often. The person who gave it to me also had oral HSV2 and would have outbreaks every couple weeks. Also this Squarex newspost cites the prevalence of oral HSV2. They did not cite any primary literature but it sounds about right.  https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/squarex-announces-positive-results-from-completed-phase-2-study-of-sqx770-in-the-prevention-of-recurrent-herpes-labialis-300896065.html "Herpes labialis is a common condition characterized by blisters or erosions on the lips and skin around the mouth and nose. Most cases are caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), but 10-15% of cases are caused by HSV-2 with this percentage reportedly increasing. "
    • Ole
      Thanks Wilson. U are always nice . I just want to make sure because symptoms keep coming and as I can’t afford western blot I think bkk have more advanced health care system and their test will be more reliable . btw I sent u a msg again , please reply if u find time
    • WilsoInAus
      Hey @Ole the combined test is not so good when positive as you don’t know type or whether you have both. However negative is negative for both types with high credibility. The visual diagnosis looks like it may well have been wrong.
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