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Jul-12-11, 07:21 AM (CST)
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"Vaginal pain"

So I finished my second ob about two weeks ago. I am on suppressive famvir and for the last two weeks I have had zero prodrome. Yay! Sometimes I feel like I may have triggered prodrome stuff after orgasm ( I masturbate) or doing a number two in the bathroom but it quickly dies down in a couple of minutes.

Anyway while I am happy that I have no prodrome, I wanted to know why my labia feel sore all the time. I thought maybe I had sores but i don't. I checked down there and everything looks fine. Some bumps but they don't look like swollen lymph nodes. And my skin looks pinker in some spots.

Is this maybe vulvadynia? Or an internal outbreak? Or is this still a part of the healing process?

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Jul-14-11, 08:59 PM (CST)
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1. "How long have you been infected?"
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You said that this is your second OB, but I'm not sure of the timing. If this is a relatively new infection, it may well be part of the healing process. I'm glad you're using suppressive famvir. That should help things calm down. I doubt that you're having an internal outbreak, but yes, it might be vulvadynia.

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