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Stinging/tingling


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Hi all,

i am new to the forum and am still trying to figure out what’s happening. I feel like I had an outbreak- about six days of pain and discomfort, felt like I had a uti, and a swollen lymph node also, but no lesions or sores- and now I am left with a stinging tingling sensation at the front of my groin whenever I apply pressure (for the last few weeks since I had the initial symptoms). Does this seem pretty herpes-like to you? 

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Hey there! Have you been to the doc yet about it? It might help to get other experiences from folks here, but ultimately best to get it checked out in person by a professional. 

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It takes 12-16 weeks for the body to build up enough antibodies to be seen in a blood test. 

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  • My mother is now in hospice with end-stage cancer, so I am at her house a lot these days helping where I can until she passes. Thank you in advance for understanding if I am not as quick to respond as I normally would be. This is a precious and bittersweet time …
  • This content 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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