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Oh my god.. I feel so bad today!

This weekend me and some girls went to my hometown for a festival. I know every time I spend a whole weekend partying I get an episode after, and sunday.. Jepp, there it was! (And yes, I know I should'nt.. But I refuse to stop living because of this) I started taking medication right away and it really helped.. But the episode is causing me so much back and head pain I'm not able to do anything.. It's like mye head is in a airtight room! (Or can it be the medication) My exam is on monday and I'm freaking out! Has anyone got any experience with Isoprinosine? I'm thinking that if it's in fact the medication causing this, I'm going to stop, because I need my head right now.. I'll rather deal with a BO then not having my head function proper... Anyone experienced this before?

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Hey, I don't fault you for partying. I agree. Don't stop living simply because of the possibility of a herpes outbreak. Not worth suppressing life to avoid herpes. Good lesson overall. ;) I can't give you any medical advice because I'm not a doctor, but it sounds like your body is telling you something. Following your own bodily intuition is the best way to go. It knows. If you get the feeling that you should pause the medication so you can clear your head, I'd consider doing that. Take care of yourself, whatever feels right to you.

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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