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What else could it be?

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sadgirl90

Last summer I noticed a small blister inside my lower lip it came and went I guess with stress and stuff. Around December I started noticing my lips were red and tingly and the skin was broken. I also noticed my tongue was burning in a spot like I ate hot pepper. After that my goodies were swollen and it hurt to walk. It looked kind of waxy. The skin on the outside changed texture, became bumpy. I have gone to so many doctors and they all think Im crazy. I have gotten so many tests done since then, blood work, paps, cultures and they all turn negative. Also, I started feeling burning from my hands and my feet the burning comes and goes like tingling down my spine and legs. I also feel burning in my face. But when I tell the doctors they don't see anything. I am desperate for answers. If its not HSV then what else could it be? It's been a year since I noticed the little blister and my goodies are still burning. The burning never went away. Now I started feeling like my throat hurt with sharp pain. I am on Valtrex since my doctor didn't know if it was Herpes and it is not helping. I've been taking 2 1g and antibiotic for a week. I feel so guilty because I saw my baby and his little lips were red like mine and he gets little blisters that come and go. I feel like I brought this horrible disease into our lives and I infected everyone around me.

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seashell

Plz just go to the doc and find out. At least when you know, you can deal w/ it. It may not even be anything that bad. Not knowing is worse. Take care.

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