Hi, I read your response to a question on Post Genital Herpatic Neuralgia. you seemed to dismiss it as only coming from Zoster infecion. I have Genital Herpies, I get 8-10 out breaks a year, they are rarely in the same place, although they do apear to follow major nerve pathways.IThey start the same way every time, low grade fever and malaise 1-2 days then neuralgia in a different place each time some seem to repeat, the pain starts at the skin level like a bad sunburn then over a course of a number of days the pain gets deeper radiates and is occasionally sever 8-9 and thats from some one who has had a kidney stone. I only get the blisters and rash about half the time. I have suffered with this for years and dont
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