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Vibration in spine

I was diagnosed with genital herpes, HSV2 six months ago.  Since then I have experienced this vibration/pulsating along my spinal nerves.  It used to be constant, 24/7 for about a month.  It has slowed a little, and it is mainly just when I bend my chin down to my chest and stretch my neck and back out.  When I mentioned it to my doctor, she just said that it wouldn't surprise her because herpes lives in the nerve root ganglia.  It was not a very reassuring answer, and I am at my wits end about this.  Some days it's not there, or it will only start in the middle of the day.  Other days, it first thing in the morning when I wake up.  I'm losing my patience and sanity dealing with this. Does anyone have any answers or suggestions for me?
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