It indeed was just a result from the yeast infection. However I did want your guidance on just a few things if you don’t mind.
In your professional opinion: do you think someone who has constant nerve pain, tingling or a tickling sensation (w/ no OB present) is actually still shedding and therefore highly transmissible? Or would you say that this is more so to do with nerve damage from herpes itself (if that’s possible)?
I ask because I have had a nerve issue in the past and I also get this feeling where it feels like my bone I guess has an itch (not a cold feeling or the prickly static feeling of a numb foot but an itch) It almost feels like my leg should not be attached to my body. I know I sound crazy.
Is this something that any of your patients or anyone in the forum has talked to you about?
If its nerve damage should I consult a neurologist? Or does it sound herpes related?
I am worried that these constant sensations mean I am shedding all the time and it makes me scared to have sex because I feel like as soon as I wait and let time go by I start getting the pain or sensation again. I know because we have nerves all over we are going to feel things and that it could be more than just herpes but now herpes is the first thing I assume.
Any advice is appreciated for this specific matter. Having sex is already so scary now and this is just an added worry that I will always be a risk to my partner no matter what I do.