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Mannlyman

So it’s been 4 months since I’ve been tested with supposedly HSV1 my igg was a 45.10 high, when first diagnosed I was told I could’ve had a uti which definitely was possible because symptoms were exactly the same as I read then I was prescribed to get a shot and some antibiotics, after all of that it cleared up within the week of medications being taken, my second time around it happened a month after being diagnosed with HSV1 I decided to have some protected sex which then reactived the uti I had the first time but this time it was very minor then the first one which then I told my doctor and was prescribed more antibiotics, The medication took about the same process to work after that I was good for about maybe another month then I decided I’d be clear again so I protected sex with the same partner and it came back again went again to the doctor and he prescribed me the medication he gave me the first time I was diagnosed I took it for a whole week and it never really worked I guess because my body was use to the same antibiotic but now it’s almost been a month in a half and the uncomfortablity drives me crazy, makes me feel so depressed and I work so it’s hard to have that full energy I had before all this. It sucks I wish I could just start all over because I feel disgusted in myself to know I could have something this serious and not be able to just fully get rid of it, also I believe I contacted it from receiving oral which the individual supposedly tells me that they definitely don’t have anything and I’m not very sexually actively to be honest when I received that I didn’t have any form of sex for 5 months before that, could some please tell me if this is really ghsv1 because this is plain out annoying to wake up to everyday 

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Scooby2112

Not a lot to go on.  UTI symptoms are mostly during the initial outbreak.  Not during recurrences.  
 

therefore it doesn’t sound like herpes since it is only UTI symptoms.  
 

 

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Hsv can cause tingling and burning without outbreak. anxiety also can mimic uti symptoms.

Unless you have some other bacterial std, I would assume the uti symptoms are from anxiety.

Get tested for other stds, get your urine tested for uti  if you haven't and go to a specialist (dermatologist for std and urologist for uti)

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