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Aug-11-16, 03:39 PM (CST)
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   Is there any evidence that genital herpes can cause long term low back pain, sciatica, etc. I and my partner have had experienced herpes for 7 years. We both seem to be experiencing the same symptoms in the low back, and glutes. We have what seems like nerve issues around the sit bone and over to the hip. I've had mine for several months and she has developed similar symptoms in the same area with more pain down the leg. She also gets vaginal out breaks quite frequently after all these years. Myob erupt on the back belt line. Physio, massage, chiro etc has not touched the back issues..

What are the thoughts on this?

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Aug-11-16, 03:44 PM (CST)
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1. "I'm no expert."
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Yes, it's possible, not too common, but it is possible. We have had some folks over the years who have had something similar to that. If it seems to correspond with outbreaks, you might consider using antivirals suppressively, that is, on a daily basis to help keep the virus under control.

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