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I am suffering from severe vulvovaginitis throughout this year. My doctor says me that my genital ulcers look likes herpes simplex. And prescribed me antiviral. But my herpes test is negative after one year of exposure. My partner has herpes simplex positive. But I have not made relations with him from past 1 year and tested all std include herpes negative. My doctor tells that I have herpes simplex lesions now. But I have negative report for herpes. I have now sore throat and nausea. Should I take antivirals for herpes or not.

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I am suffering from severe vulvovaginitis throughout this...
No, you should not take antiviral.
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I am suffering from severe vulvovaginitis throughout this...
Hi lybrate-user it's a comman disease in girls and women so you don't worry. You take anti viral infection disease. Yeast infections, a common cause of vulvovaginitis, will affect around 75 percent of women in their lifetime. Vulvovaginitis in children may be caused by low estrogen levels. Vulvovaginitis typically improves after one week of treatment. Vulvovaginitis is an inflammation or infection of the vulva and vagina. It’s a common condition that affects women and girls of all ages, and it has a variety of causes. Other names for this condition are vulvitis and vaginitis. Bacterial vulvovaginitis will affect nearly 30 percent of women during their lifetime, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Yeast infections are even more prevalent, affecting an estimated 3 out of 4 women during their lifetime. Hi you There are two types of viruses which cause herpes, HSV-1 and HSV-2. Both viruses are spread through direct contact with an infected person, and cause sores on the body. HSV-1 typically causes cold sores and blisters around the mouth area, while HSV-2 causes outbreaks in the genital area. However, HSV-1 can also cause outbreaks in the genital area, and HSV-2 can cause blisters around the mouth area. Genital herpes is a contagious disease that spreads by contact with an infected person. HSV-1 is generally caused by casual interactions, like eating from the same utensils, sharing lip balm, or kissing. HSV-2 is sexually transmitted, and is mainly spread through vaginal and anal sex. Ok for expert on line treatment consult privately ok.
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I am suffering from severe vulvovaginitis throughout this...
You keep on sending messages and keep suffering. Despite several responses, you don't want to spend Rs. 500- take private consult and resolve this.
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