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need help for genital herpes

I am 52 yrs old diagnosed with g herpes 5 months ago.first episode lasted 3 weeks and had two blisters and pain in urination. Pain in buttocks and back of legs and sole of feet flu like symthoms, since then have had two reoccurence and both times two blisters and pain in sole of feet no pain in urination. at the moment i have no blistes but have pain in sole of feet and nerve leading from buttocks to bottom of feet feels very sensitive.feel very run down and stomach feels bloated.dreams of things lost.The pain in the sole of feet is making me feel down.prefer cold weather.feel a bit depressed over this.had thyroid cancer 10 yrs ago and am on tyroxine.had hysterectomy 19 yrs ago. can anyone help. thank you dixiexx
 
  dixiexx on 2011-01-29
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