6 months ago i was diagnosed with herpes by visual test and some other "G" word .. i was given doxycycline and metronidazole along with candid v6 ... After over the past 6 months ive been having tiny outbreaks... but nun serious ..until recently when i was put on kerflex to treat my abcess .. i now have the worse herpes out break i have ever had .. i decided to purchase the same medication ..and use it but its been 3 days n it still looks horrible should i conttinue ? also i started dating a guy with herpes .. and we had unprotected the beginning of this month could i have been misdiagnosed since this looks more like the pictures of herpes i see on the internet ... unlike my "first outbreak" which was rather painful but didnt last this long
... and how long should i expect this outbreak to last
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