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Hello thank you again, I have some information I think you might find valuable in the future as I am now sure what I am experiencing is an hsv2 infection. I believe I am infected bc sores were present(he tested pos) and I only started experiencing these symptoms after that encounter and everyday since, I have experienced some form a discomfort like nerve pain, random vaginal and anal movement, itching, and stinging in the public area.
An OBGYN noticed my cervix was dilated and there was yellow/green discharge around it that was tested and negative for bacterial, fungal and stds.
I have nerve pain and shocking sensations in inner thighs and Ohsv2 symptoms like stinging in face/lips/tongue and raised fordyce spots.
I found an article detailing atypical hsv2 symptoms that explain most/all of my symptoms.
This is what the article entailed that pertained to me mostly: “Clinically atypical presentations include atypical morphological forms of genital disease (vulvar, penile or perianal fissures, localized recurrent erythema, recurrent radicular or lower back pain, cystitis, urethritis, vaginal discharge without overt genital lesions) We observed 2 cases of clinically atypical HSV-cervicitis with characteristic erythema and mucopurulent discharge from the endocervical canal, while ulcers/erosions were absent.”
Of these symptoms I have experienced unexplained blood/bacteria in urine from urinalysis in the first week of exposure, recurrent radicular, mucopurulent discharge, along with the momentary itching, tingling and stinging sensations in and around vaginal and pubic area.
1.If I have never had an OB will I still be able to get an accurate WB test result at 12weeks?
2. I had covid after being exposed, but I was taking lysine and vitamin c etc. during this time. My question is wouldnt I have experienced an OB bc my immune system was compromised?
3. Can L-lysine immune building supplements prevent initial OBs and recurrent bc I started them so soon after exposure?