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Thank you so much- in trying to get to the bottom of this I’ve just been reading everything I can find.
I thought if I was potentially exposed both Orally and genitally at the same time it would explain getting the sores on my tongue at the same time as the vagina irritation because the virus would be active and go back to original spots ? Even tho they don’t present like typical ulcers on lips. Does that tell you anything ?
I also read that hsv at the vagina opening and inner labia wouldn’t necessarily present like sores, lesions, ulcers, or crust over in the handbook and could be more like a rash or irritation? And would HSV1 present less typically at the vagina because it prefers the mouth?
just can’t seem to figure out what’s going on and read one study that suggested having hsv increases risk of bacteria.
Anytime I have googled the symptoms I’m having with the vaginal irritation the results all say herpes and of course none of the images on google look like what I have.
(And no I didn’t have anal sex to the other person who asked)
It just seems like a reoccurring – long lasting – bacteria I can’t get rid of triggered by sex with a new partner.
It’s common for women to get thrown off by a new partner but this is totally nuts so I thought maybe it’s herpes triggered by sex and then just outbreak after outbreak with atypical symptoms. But Presenting both orally and genitally.
But I guess if that were the case it would have gone away at some point? Or the valtrex would have gotten rid of it?
I’m doing all the things and still in rough shape basically since May 9th. I’m going back to the OB/GYN today for another culture having finished my antibiotics and doing hard-core probiotics. But things are still off so either it’s not gone or something else is going on.
Thank you for your expert opinion.