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herpes and vulvodynia

Hello, 2 years ago I contracted herpes, it developed into vulvodynia.I also manages to rub my eye and got the herpes in my right eye. Horrible!
1, eye, swollen, dark still after 2 years. Not on cornea, in tear sac and around eye on the skin. Worse with cold air, damp weather. Nightmares, sevear panic attacs, extream anxiety. better with warm compreses. The lymph system in the neck and face is inflammed, des not drain fluid properly, maybe that is why the eye is still swollen.
2, Genital herpes, 2 small blisters around rectum every month during my period.
3, Vulvodynia. Tough one. Burning skin, heat from vulva, neuritis? no visable signs of inflammation mostly. Burning from underneigh the skin. Raw,sometimes bright red . worse when sitting and periods. 2 years of torture!
Remedies, allopatic medicin, zoloft, =depression, gabapentin, tegreton, lyrica= threw up all emdicin after 2 days.
Holistic= ayurvedic treatments for 1 year, blod cleansing teas, liver cleanse, varios herbs for herpes, nothing happened.
Goldenseal in high doses,
The eye is the biggest problem. Very very worried! Ophtamologist can not see anything.
Thank you!
 
  malibumaiden on 2007-03-05
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