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Possible cure for Herpes???

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I found out just a week ago that I contracted Type 1 from my partner after oral sex. He knew he had a blister but did not know what it was or that it was this serious.

This past week and a half I have been home with one of the worst cases of the flu (now I know it’s from the herpes virus) and then 7 days ago I’ve been in excruciating pain and discomfort with two massive blisters on my vulva. 

the doctors have said there is nothing I can take and all I can do is just sit it out out numbing cream on and wait for it to go away. Well this has been ultimately torture with no relief. I can not even go to work because I can’t walk, with two weeks down I can not have any more time off. This part is the most frustrating  not being able to take anything to help ease my symptoms.

This has lead me to do some major research (as I’m sure you all did when you found out). I came across this website that states they have been completely curing Herpes within two weeks with a specially formulated shake that you drink once a day. If you don’t come back with a negative test the will give you a full refund. Is it worth trying? Because of my extreme agony I guess I’m desperate to try anything. 

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Hello @Angelinc,

I'm really sorry to hear about the tough time you've been having recently. Getting herpes can be hard, especially when it brings symptoms like yours. It's a lot to handle both physically and emotionally for sure! We can all relate in our own ways.

And I completely understand that when you're in such discomfort, you might start searching for anything that promises relief, even if it sounds too good to be true. But it's vital to approach these things carefully, especially when it comes to products or websites claiming to have a "cure" for herpes. Right now, there's no known cure for herpes, and many of these promises turn out to be scams or unproven treatments. Even if it comes with a "guarantee" you really don't know what you're putting in your body.

Stick to what your healthcare provider has advised for managing your current outbreak. Things like rest, good hygiene, and any prescribed medications or creams can help with discomfort. Remember that for the majority of folks, their first outbreak is by far the worst. Over time, herpes outbreaks become less frequent, especially with genital HSV-1. The viral shedding tends to be lower, which means fewer outbreaks overall. So while this might feel overwhelming now, there's hope that things will improve with time and proper care.

Note: This is for informational purposes only. This information does not constitute medical advice or diagnosis.
I'm not a medical professional, so please take this as friendly peer support. 

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Thank you for the information. Sadly my doctor has not provided me with any information to get through this first infection. It’s been two weeks now and my sores are still spreading (healing but spreading) and I’ve only been advised to deal with it until it goes away. Very frustrating having no help. I need to seek out a doctor who deals directly with this issue. 

I have to return to work in 3 days and I’m still struggling to walk, no idea how I’ll get through my work days. Sadly I can have no more time off. The only thing I’m struggling with atm is the symptoms, everything else I have felt with mentally. 

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What??? Sorry, I misread your post at first. That makes me so angry. Definitely get a new doctor. You deserve to be treated, not minimized. You should have immediately been put in a regimen to help treat your first outbreak (which is a larger dose than episodic or daily suppressive treatment). That would have drastically shortened healing time and lessened the pain you've been going through. I'm so sorry. You deserve so much better. 

I understand your concerns about returning to work while still experiencing such discomfort. It's essential to prioritize your health and well-being, so if it's possible, consider having an open conversation with your employer or HR department about your situation. They might be able to offer some accommodations to help you during this time. That's what they are there for. 

Also, remember that the first outbreak is typically the most severe, as your body is still building up some level of immunity. It can take a while to heal completely. Over time, outbreaks tend to become less frequent and less severe for most people.

While you're dealing with the physical symptoms, it's also essential to continue taking care of your mental health. A herpes diagnosis can bring a lot of emotional challenges, and it's okay to seek support in that area too, whether from friends, family, or a mental health professional. I also provide one-on-one coaching. 

Note: This is for informational purposes only. This information does not constitute medical advice or diagnosis.
I'm not a medical professional, so please take this as friendly peer support. 

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