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Ongoing or Primary OB?
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Ongoing or Primary OB?

Hello, I started having my first genital ob about two months ago. Since then, the first spot has completely resolved, but others have cropped up. I've not had a break since they started - I get a new one almost every week. I'm not taking any prescriptions, since I can't afford it; just vitC & zinc. Basically, I want to know if all of this is still a "primary" ob, or if they're just continuing back to back. I'm worried still about auto-inoculation, like to my face or eyes, though I try to be careful about washing my hands a lot. Also, once I get past the primary, can I move this around on my body, like during sex or to my fingers during my period? Thanks.
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how were you originally diagnosed?

are you hsv1 or hsv2?

have you been back to be tested for yeast and bacterial infections vaginally?

did you know it's just $4 for a round of acyclovir with a prescription  at walmart?

vitamin c and zinc don't help heal herpes anyways.

nothing you have to do special other than wash your hands normally after you use the bathroom or touch yourself intimately.

grace
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Outbreaks tend to be rather frequent in the beginning. Read up about known triggers and learn to avoid them. Herpes is a virus of opportunity. When it senses a weakened immune system, it pounces. It may help to avoid over exposure to the sun, avoid exhaustion, eat healthy and regularly... don't miss meals, and of course, avoid stress.
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