Anonymous
Anonymous asked in HealthDiseases & ConditionsSTDs · 1 decade ago

Herpes outbreak will not heal!?

I have had an outbreak moving around....for 3 weeks...it'll heal in one spot & it'll pop up in another spot the next day - over & over again.

I'm a strange one - Valtrex/acyclovir and all other suppressive therapies do not work for me... they cause me to itch constantly as if I were about to get an outbreak.

I tried last month H-Balm (sent that sh*t back! It was oil-based and caused an outbreak)

and started taking L-Lysine recently.... it made the 1st outbreak clear up in 24 hours....but then it came right back! And the L-Lysine has not helped since!

I have 2 genital herpes infections... My left side "lip" breaks out (from my 1st husband)

and the right side gets an outbreak right directly by my vaginal opening (from an x-boyfriend - we both had herpes & thought unprotected sex couldn't hurt us! WRONG)

So it's been going back & forth for 3 weeks now!

HELP!

Update:

I've had this over 20 years...and the 2nd infection for over 10 years... I'm aware of the fact that it doesn't go away - but in the past it has healed & stayed gone for months!

Update 2:

No - I've been married over 12 years - he is clean... I'm very careful

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    I've told your dumbass before, hydrogen peroxide and/or rubbing alcohol will clear up your herpes blisters in a few days, and they probably wont come back in that spot ever again. Problem is you dont listen, you think that medicine is the only thing that works, nature works better than medicine. Doesnt hurt to try it. Do not use lysine, do not use acyclovir, or valtrex, do not apply anything but what I said. If you have external lesions, apply rubbing alcohol, internal(ie on vaginal lips, etc) use hydrogen peroxide. Its that easy.

    Source(s): living with hsv-1, hsv-2, hpv
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    3 years ago

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  • 4 years ago

    For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/ax2jI

    The chances of catching herpes once the sore is gone are so little and most people dont even get symptoms of herpes when they catch it anyway. They say a week after the blisters have healed just to be on the safe side, but as long as your skin looks healed and not sore and red you should be fine. If herpes was that easy to catch then people with cldsores should only kiss each other from cling film wrap EVERYTIME THEY KISS!! even without symptoms!!! come on how dumb does that sound, my mums had coldsores all her life and no one had ever caught it of her! Asymtomatic shedding is most likely only in the first year or two whilst your body is developing anti bodies against herpes! the drug companies made a big deal out of it to stigmatize herpes and make it a big deal so people spend loads of money on herpes meds!!!

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    4 years ago

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    3 years ago

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    4 years ago

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    Herpes outbreak will not heal!?

    I have had an outbreak moving around....for 3 weeks...it'll heal in one spot & it'll pop up in another spot the next day - over & over again.

    I'm a strange one - Valtrex/acyclovir and all other suppressive therapies do not work for me... they cause me to itch constantly as if I were...

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  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Cold sores are caused by the herpes virus. Many of us already have the cold sore virus dormant in our bodies, and never have a flare up of cold sores. We contracted it as children, as it is a very common virus, and children pick it up easily as they often share food and drinks, and may be less concerned about hand washing and hygiene. Cold sores can be transmitted even when the person does not have a cold sore, though it is less likely to happen then.

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