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  1. Dandelion333

    SHAVING/ Hair Removal.. can we talk?!

    This is helpful, thank you!
  2. Dandelion333

    Nerve Pain

    I had nerve pain in my lower back, it hurt so bad that I had to spend a couple nights in bed with a heating pad & ibuprofen. I also used a muscle roller that helped.
  3. I am a GHSV1 lady, taking daily anti-vitals with only 1 outbreak under her belt (that pun is kind of too literal). Shaving is hard guys. I’ve pretty much always had razor burn & I still cut myself accidentally all the time. I am no longer obsessed with being 100% hair free. However, I’m still dating around (at least trying to ...We’ll see) & yeah I prefer being smooth over rocking a Bush. Girl power though. When I shave right now, I get paranoid that every spot is a new outbreak. How do you tell the difference between a normal vaginal bump, & a viral bump?! Also, has anyone been successful opting for laser hair removal / waxing / etc? I’ve seen some posts on this forum where an outbreak may follow shaving & waxing... can hair removal turmoil lead to a breakout? Any horror stories? I’ve never tried anything but shaving because I can be cheap/lazy...maybe scared of pain- but if it will lessen how often I shave & therefore lessen my mild panic attacks, then I will martyr my tulip & re-budget.
  4. I was diagnosed with GHSV1 a couple months ago & have decided to take the daily antiviral. From living with type 1 diabetes for most of my life, I’ve experienced how autoimmune diseases consistently create a chain reaction of medical issues. I assume that I largely have my disadvantaged immune system to thank for contracting this new virus. But, not here to complain! I’m wondering if anyone here has HSV + a similar disease? Have you made connections to outbreaks with other illnesses? Do your outbreaks take longer to heal? For example, high blood sugars can cause frequent yeast infections that cannot be fought with natural remedies. Any insight will be helpful, thank you!
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