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I think I'm having a break out but its on the back/ inner of my thigh. I've only had break outs on my genitals and I know you can have them in the mouth, eyes, genitals... but never heard of it on the leg.. it looks just like an outbreak... Am I having an outbreak on my leg??? does this mean its going to spread all over my body so I'm just nothing but a big outbreak of herpes!!!???
not for on my leg. i have an appointment on the 22nd with my dermatologist unrelated. i dont have a drivers license at the time so its really hard for me to do places without days in advance scheduling. im going to try and see if i cant get into planned parenthood early tomorrow ... cause my dr. office doesn't have openings and such.
ill repost with i do see someone
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