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However, it will be a little more costly and will take a little longer for results. The next best is the IgG, but the HerpeSelect ELISA, which is the one mostly used, has been discovered to have problems in recent years. I hope this helps.
Fleetwood ~ we spoke back in the fall. I'm on valtrex for suppressant tx since new relationship. I think I need confirmation of exactly what I have since dx'd so long ago and I don't have the copies of the tests.
I have not had any out breaks since first one. Maybe couple instances of infections/itching but not sores. And so, so long ago.
Just trying to figure out how to deal with this in new relationship.
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