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kmathias1952
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Mar-24-17, 04:27 PM (CST)
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"Herpes and abdominal pain"
 
   Genital Herpes diagnosis 2007
Began taking acyclovir daily (suppressant dose) 2016

For the past several (maybe 7) years I've had a recurrent lower right quadrant abdominal pain for which I have undergone numerous medical tests which show nothing.

This time I'm wondering if it is possible for there to be a herpes outbreak somewhere inside my abdomen that is aggravated by the movements of the ascending colon (that's where I feel greatest pain, which pain seems aggravated by my bowels).

I'm always trying to figure out what's going on when the doctors say they find nothing, but I am having continuous level 7 pain.

Does this sound far-fetched or has anyone else had a similar experience?

Thanks.

kmathias


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Rajahadmin
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Apr-21-17, 07:16 AM (CST)
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1. "Not saying it's not possible, but ...."
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to my recollection, this is the first time this question has come up on the forums. If you have been taking suppressive antivirals for significant time, I am guessing that herpes is not the issue. I hope you get it figured out. There is a medical term, idiopathic, that means we don't have a clue what is causing your symptoms. In my case it's idiopathic peripheral neuropathy that I had extensive testing for and found no cause.


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