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what is considered to be mild OB?

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So are rashes considered to be a mild outbreak? I've been having problems with my rash for a few weeks now. Im on daily suppressive therapy and I don't get blisters anymore. I'm wondering if blisters are considered worse than a rash, like the last stage? Is it good that I'm not having blisters? To be honest the rash causes me more discomfort than when I was getting a blister or two on my clit. The rash is more debilitating and lasts longer than the blisters. It doesn't help that walking too much irritates it. I feel very lost. I try to avoid arginine when I have symptoms but I can't seem to get rid of the rash. Nothing seems to be working. Im thinking of going to the doctor to see if I'm deficient in anything. I finally went to the gym and just toughed it out.


Also, Im very concerned about were my rash occurs. I can't cover that area with a condom so it stresses me out and saddens me that I won't be able to fully protect a future partner from getting it. :( Is there such a thing as condoms for scrotums lol. My giver gets OBs on his so it makes sense that my rash occurs on my bottom. -_-


Feeling very lost. Should I go see a specialist?

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When I say mild, I'm referring to my ability to deal with it. So what I may view as mild someone else might say is major. I don't know if there are rules to what is mild- blisters vs cuts, length of outbreak, amount of skin involved, etc, but I typically take it as being bearable. Curious to see how other reply.


I would get the rash checked out, it could be something unrelated.

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