Initial genital herpes outbreak-pls helpMy friend's sister is experiencing her first genital herpes outbreak. It was confirmed at the hospital.
She is in agony. She is afraid to urinate because it burns so badly. When she does sit to urinate, she screams and shakes from the pain. Apparently she collapsed at one point after getting off the toilet. She was so weak from the pain that she couldn't hold herself up. (she was not unconscious).
Emotional she feels drained, depressed. She has cancelled school courses and took off of work because she cannot sit at the desk. Warm/hot showers aggravate the sores.
She refuses to eat...has no appetite. She is currently taking Vicodin for pain. She is not expressing her feelings at all. She seems to be in denial about what is happening to her. She isn't talking about how her genital herpes will affect future relationships. Recently she was used sexually and chances are that young man was the one who gave her the virus. He never called her again after sleeping with her.
She has a poor diet. Craves cheese and breads/pastas and chocolate, some meat (chicken & beef hamburgers). She does not eat any veggies or fruit. She is currently thirstless as she is afraid to urinate.
Just before the outbreak, she experienced severe fatigue and flu symptoms and was diagnosed with mild mononucleosis (aka Mono).
She also has a cyst on her left arm near the vein in the crook of the arm. (has been there since November) This cyst is painless and flesh-colored. She is prone to migraines which she takes allopathic meds for.
Please help. I will try to get more information if needed.
Erin on 2007-01-29
She definitely wants company as she is staying at my friend's house day & night soon after the outbreak started.
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