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Please help me you guys! I’m in so much pain physically an

Please help me you guys! I’m in so much pain physically and mentally.

Backstory: I feel so defeated...About two years ago, I was diagnosed with genital herpes. I had only been unprotected with two guys and one of them definitely gave me chlamydia in my anus so I found out I had two stds at the same time. After that, I used condoms every time I had sex with anyone which I only had sex with maybe two or three other people after that (being generous). I haven’t had sex since last July and now (almost a year later) I’m having my first hpv outbreak of genital warts. What the hell did I do to deserve this? I stayed protected and was taking my valtrex like I was supposed to. I protected myself and other people! How did I end with another std??? I mean, I know I’m susceptible to more stds after my first one but I never had sex during an outbreak, I took my medication as needed, I always wore a condom, what more could I have done??

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[76610]
Jun 12

hsv will weaken your immune system which will make you more vulnerable to other diseases including HIV.

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[950]
Jun 12

Hey there we have all asked ourselves this question and going down that road is not gonna help you. Blame or why doesnt matter right now. Keeping you fit and healthy as possible to be in control of it is. Both physically and mentally.

I do anything i can to distract my mind during pain. Find something that actively can occupy your brain and see if that helps at all.

The warts can be treated as far as i am aware to the point they can remove them even if it can return, it may not.

The best thing is to get to your doctor and find out how to best manage the condition at hand.

You will get through this.

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[1475]
Jun 13

Thank you!!!!

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