Herpes infection is a viral infection and 80% people can have herpes infection without having any symptoms.These viruses remain dormant in nerves for years together one can get recurrence of infection which is mild and unnoticeable . They were as small as raised goosebumps and just itched like crazy, so i went to the gyno and she told me they were just ingrown hairs. It was until last september that I recieved my second outbreak and found out I got genital herpes. After this period, the skin surrounding my genitals – specifically the labia and mons pubis – becomes inflamed, painful, swollen, red. I also noticed that the blisters did not burst to form ulcers or anything resembling an open wound, which I know is a classical herpes symptom. Is this normal and how do I get rid of these annoying burning and tingling sensations that occur throughout the day?? Should I still get IgG or does this prove I’m positive?
Having said, that I cannot rule out that you don’t also have genital herpes, in addition to the abcess (abscess), BV, etc. While herpes clearly isn’t the main problem, conceivably a herpes outbreak could get secondarily infected, i.e. It is slowly getting better, but i’m still waiting to hear back from my gyno about that swab. Do I have to live like a leppor for the rest of my life?? I am just looking for more information at this point. On Sunday night my throat felt much better. Can anyone please tell me if they have had burning/tingling pain after their initial outbreak for more than 3 months??
But for now, I don’t think you should be at all worried about herpes. It clearly isn’t the main problem explaining your symptoms.