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Hi guys. June 23rd 2018 is when it all started for me. Two weeks later on Monday July 2nd I woke up with chills, back pain, restless legs, and a fever. I went to the hospital thinking okay, I know this is something sexually transmitted because I don’t typically go around having casual sex and I never have fevers. The hospital did an exam and swore it was ghonorrea or chlymidia.(sorry if my grammar and spelling is awful) They gave me so many meds only to find out it was none of them. My doctor says that’s great news, they’re all negative. I said yes great news but my butt hole is still on fire. She took a look and said honey it looks like your ripped, it could just be a yeast infection. She still sampled it to be sure and had me do a blood test. The blood test came up negative but the culture came back positive for hsv2 which means I got it within the last 2-3 months so I knew when and who gave it to me. The doctor believes I became more susceptible to the shedding when I ripped. It was the most pain I had ever experienced. The first outbreak that they call the worst was just that. I also experienced muscle spasms that went away after some time. Now those muscle spasms are back now that I’m having a second outbreak. The doctors have no idea how it could be associated with the herpes but I know my body and believe this is a result of the herpes. Has anyone else experienced this? What did they do for you? Did you have to see a neurologist? I started taking magnesium, I drink plenty of water, and have been working on getting more sleep. I don’t understand, it’s so frustrating. When I relax or do school work I am so distracted by these spasms.

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