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Hello everyone!! 
  I was diagnosed a month ago... Got my first OB that I was aware of and got it swabbed (came back positive). The first one was a year ago, but no one tought it might be herpes, even at the hospital... 

Well... I started drinking ketones (from a company named pruvit) almost 2 months ago and I feel really great on them but since day 5, I have an OB and it’s not going away... I have tried to not drink them for a couple of days, and no symptoms when I don’t drink them... But symptoms come back has soon as I am done drinking them and other OBs are appearing... 

I’ve read on another post that maybe the body comes acidic and it might me the reason... I will try to drink lemon water... 
 

But was wondering if anyone had a similar experience. 
 

thank you everyone!! ❤️

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If it gives you OB's you should just stop drinking it.

Beer gave me OB's....stopped drinking it, no OB's any more

HSV OB's is a lot like learn as you go, different people have different OB's for different reasons. If you feel you get OB from one thing, stop doing it and so on.

Good luck, remember you are not alone. We are 2 billion strong positive members

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On 10/26/2020 at 8:20 AM, Goran123 said:

If it gives you OB's you should just stop drinking it.

Beer gave me OB's....stopped drinking it, no OB's any more

HSV OB's is a lot like learn as you go, different people have different OB's for different reasons. If you feel you get OB from one thing, stop doing it and so on.

Good luck, remember you are not alone. We are 2 billion strong positive members

 

Yup their are certain triggers that will have a high chance of starting an outbreak. For me its lack of sleep or sleeping way too late.

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