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Re: 75% diagnosed, but what now?
 
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Re: 75% diagnosed, but what now?


Herpes simplex 1 & 2 are both the same virus, they only differ in there anatomical locations: Simplex 1 is oral while simplex 2 is considered genital. If you have oral herpes and are contagious you can infact transfer the virus to your genital region, or any other region of the body for that matter. My wife had oral herpes all around her nose for 12 years and had to be careful not to rub her eyes for fear that she could potentialy go blind by transfering the virus to the optic nerve. Anyhow, it's sad that thousands are infected with this virus and cannot find the proper treatment needed here in the United States, sad. I have a german remedy which can be taken orally or injected for 10-weeks that reminds your bodys immune system to rid the virus from your body until you hopefully become symptom-free for an entire lifetime. This product is very hard for the general public to obtain,the pharmacuetical industry hates competition. I have personal contacts in germany that send me this remedy. This stuff is absolutely amazing and I guarantee you get serious results with this. My wife has had no outbreaks for months now and others who have inquired about the product are also getting positive results as well. Everything else out there is just a bunch of magical pills, potions and lotions that do nothing except supress symptoms if your lucky, what a joke.
 

 
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