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I am many generations in the USA. One ancestor fought in the war of 1776.
The woman who I believe I got the hsv1 & 2 from texted me to advise that I get tested. The results were positive as indicated. I would not have even suspected I had anything were it not for the random nerve sensations. Those things made the disease real to me. And the lab report too.
Some of the herpes literature says it is a virus that attaches to our nerves and causes the out breaks that create the blisters.
I have not yet had the runny blisters.
I was disease free before this encounter.
The nurse practitioner at a respectable clinic said the same thing you did: those sensations are not herpes.
What could the ant bites / spider webs / weird pains be?
Where would I go to get a diagnosis?
How could a diagnosis be made without a Koch’s Postulate?
Please let me know when I need to pay another $20.
I get the ant bites / pin pricks, also on my genitalia, hands and feet. Litterally everywhere and it is random. I have read on /reddit a few other people complain of these pin pricks.
I read the abstract of a study in India that concluded: the potential for liftime ‘ant bites / pin pricks” were best treated in the first four months of HSV2 with 200 mg of acyclovier (sp) taken four times per day with the aim being to keep the medicine in the system 24 / 7. After four months the medicine can be discontinued except for suppression and OB.
The valtrex seem to ameliorate the random bites…
No sores yet. Though there was a very low plateau raised discoloration on penis that went away quickly. It looked like the preferred blister…
My family has been in the USA since the late 1700s and late 1800s.
I get the feelings of ant bites and crawling ants… randomly.
No history of std or weird neurological disorders.
Thank you for your reply.
IGG AB HSV1 – 2.17
IGG AB HSV2 – 8.15
I read your book and discovered that these uncomfortable sensations are called prodrome. Do they ever stop?
Thank you for writing the book.
Probably my question is answered.