Herpes can cause those symptoms you mention. I went back in your other questions and you mention your HSV IgG result was 44000. That is way too high to be brushed off as nothing.
Herpes antiviral medicines available include acyclovir, famciclovir and Valaciclovir.
Illness, poor diet, emotional or physical stress, friction in the genital area, prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light, surgical trauma, or steroidal medication may trigger a herpes outbreak.
The frequency of outbreaks can often be managed through stress management, adequate rest, nutrition, and exercise.
Yes, herpes can cause nerve pain in the legs.
"Herpes simplex virus type 2–associated neurological disease may result from primary infection or reactivation of latent HSV-2. Neurological disease after primary HSV-2 infection is seen most often in neonates. After the neonatal period, HSV-2 infection is principally, but not exclusively, acquired through sexual activity."
"Virtually any part of the neuraxis may be affected by this virus, including the retina, brain, brainstem, cranial nerves, spinal cord, and nerve roots."*
*JAMA Neurology - Neurological Complications of Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 Infection
Other treatment options include antiviral herbs such as elderberry, calendula, echinacea, garlic, astragalus and licorice root.
L-lysine (1000 milligrams three times daily) can help treat and prevent outbreaks.
Also a diet high in lysine and low in arginine. Fish, beef, chicken, lamb, milk, cheese, brewer's yeast, beans, mung bean sprouts and most fruits and vegetables have more lysine than arginine (except peas). Gelatin, chocolate, carob, coconut, oats, wholewheat and white flour, soybeans, peanuts and wheatgerm have more arginine than lysine.
Herpes folliculitis is a rare manifestation of HSV. This may be what you have. See what symptoms resolve taking valaciclovir. :)