I have a sore on my vagina (The mucous membrane ) from herpes ( HSV TWO - IgG 1: 230) and it just wont heal.
I used Zovirax cream for 20 days, the white-yellowish liquid on top is gone but the sore is still there. It's like the lesion just wont completely heal although it's not secreting any liquid. I feel it's maybe developing a very small bump, and sometimes it becomes really bloody reddish and other days pinkish, but it just wont heal :/
It's been 28 days since it has first appeared. I occasionally feel stinging inside my vagina and slight discharge but the dr. said that the oral medication will heal them. I was on valtrex 500mg for 1 week, three times daily.2 weeks ago. shouldn't they have healed by now ?? She couldn't test me properly coz I'm a virgin.She just did a blood test. Is there anyway to check the cervix when you're a virgin. I feel stinging inside once a day. Does this mean they are healing ? and is it normal for the lesion I can see, not to heal till now. is there anyway to make it heal faster or properly. Should I continue using zovirax cream again?? help
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