"I'm having them one after the other. At the most I was OB-free for a week, maybe two weeks in the last six months.
I have considered daily suppressive therapy, but only as a last resort. I know people have had success with using it for ..."
"I took one 500mg Valtrex pill 24h before getting a culture test. It came back positive for HSV1, though the doc said it was minimally so (2 cells is apparently the minimum for this test, and 2 cells I had).
Could the Valtrex affect the..."
Cool! Me too. Sometimes it's just really good to have someone to talk to about "it". You know? I live in a small town and don't know anyone that has it. So how have you been dealing with it? How long have you had it? Do you know who you contracted it from?
Hey JohnnieB..I read your note in the "friends" section. I was just wanting to check on you..to see if you maybe needed someone to talk to and to be sure you're not having too hard of a time with your diagnosis. I'm glad to hear you're doing well. : )
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