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I’m totally convinced that herpes causes itching in everyone surrounding you. I’ve been seeing how people can notice etc. No, people just don’t scratch to scratch. People don’t live scratching themselves. We who got herpes cause itching to others. Watch your surroundings, watch the people around you and you will notice. Don’t now how yet there’s nothing doctors could say about this. 

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45 minutes ago, Frank12 said:

I’m totally convinced that herpes causes itching in everyone surrounding you. I’ve been seeing how people can notice etc. No, people just don’t scratch to scratch. People don’t live scratching themselves. We who got herpes cause itching to others. Watch your surroundings, watch the people around you and you will notice. Don’t now how yet there’s nothing doctors could say about this. 

That's really not how it works.  

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2 hours ago, Frank12 said:

I’m totally convinced that herpes causes itching in everyone surrounding you. I’ve been seeing how people can notice etc. No, people just don’t scratch to scratch. People don’t live scratching themselves. We who got herpes cause itching to others. Watch your surroundings, watch the people around you and you will notice. Don’t now how yet there’s nothing doctors could say about this. 

With all due respect, that’s not true 

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14 hours ago, Frank12 said:

I’m totally convinced that herpes causes itching in everyone surrounding you. I’ve been seeing how people can notice etc. No, people just don’t scratch to scratch. People don’t live scratching themselves. We who got herpes cause itching to others. Watch your surroundings, watch the people around you and you will notice. Don’t now how yet there’s nothing doctors could say about this. 

Sorry you are getting responses that are condescending and unhelpful. Ignore those who don't add anything of value.

Herpes is not known to cause itching in all people around you. They would not be infected unless you had intimate contact with them or they somehow came into contact with your sores and then touched parts of their body that can be transmitted into.

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3 minutes ago, WSX said:

Sorry you are getting responses that are condescending and unhelpful. Ignore those who don't add anything of value.

Herpes is not known to cause itching in all people around you. They would not be infected unless you had intimate contact with them or they somehow came into contact with your sores and then touched parts of their body that can be transmitted into.

You have to admit, Frank's comment is pretty comical. That said, thanks for explaining to him

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7 hours ago, WSX said:

Sorry you are getting responses that are condescending and unhelpful. Ignore those who don't add anything of value.

Herpes is not known to cause itching in all people around you. They would not be infected unless you had intimate contact with them or they somehow came into contact with your sores and then touched parts of their body that can be transmitted into.

I know I’m not getting useful responses at all and that my comments may sound a little comical or whatsoever. But what I’ve described is exactly with I’ve been experiencing. Everywhere I go people around me seem to develop some type of itching which sounds crazy because apparently nothing can cause this. I understand your explanation but thought there might have been others effects like this one on people like me 

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On 6/12/2020 at 12:24 PM, Frank12 said:

I’m totally convinced that herpes causes itching in everyone surrounding you. I’ve been seeing how people can notice etc. No, people just don’t scratch to scratch. People don’t live scratching themselves. We who got herpes cause itching to others. Watch your surroundings, watch the people around you and you will notice. Don’t now how yet there’s nothing doctors could say about this. 

It’s probably scabies. 

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7 hours ago, Just a human being said:

It’s probably scabies. 

They once thought it was, they gave meds for it to treat it but that was about it. 

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19 hours ago, Frank12 said:

They once thought it was, they gave meds for it to treat it but that was about it. 

Sometimes scabies can be difficult to clear up. Try always sunlight on your bed with covers off during the day etc. Sunlight on all your furniture - steam cleaning too. Scabies is seriously easy to pick up and almost ubiquitous. So much so it’s common for social workers to never sit in clients chairs etc they always sit in the arms of the chairs. Also like any pest or infection while meds are helpful for vast majority subsets with weaker immunity can be not as helpful. Strengthening overall immunity could help. 

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On 6/13/2020 at 9:59 PM, Frank12 said:

They once thought it was, they gave meds for it to treat it but that was about it. 

I’m sure I’ve seen whole threads on the internet with people having persistent long standing issues with scabies infections just as you may see with rare subsets of those with HSV.

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On 6/11/2020 at 9:24 PM, Frank12 said:

I’m totally convinced that herpes causes itching in everyone surrounding you. I’ve been seeing how people can notice etc. No, people just don’t scratch to scratch. People don’t live scratching themselves. We who got herpes cause itching to others. Watch your surroundings, watch the people around you and you will notice. Don’t now how yet there’s nothing doctors could say about this. 

This is retarded.

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