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Re: maybe I DID cure it
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Published: 16 years ago
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Re: maybe I DID cure it

I beg to differ. Are you a doctor? I don't think so-- a doctor would know that there's no such thing as a nerve cell that is restricted to the "surface skin." "In the base of your spine" means the dorsal root ganglion (DRG), a structure that sits along the dorsal aspect of the spinal cord (but outside of it). The nerve fibers that innervate your skin are long processes arising from a cell body that is in the DRG. In its latency, herpes resides in the nuclei of these sensory neurons, in the DRG. If that cell dies, the virus is gone, chewed up with the rest of the DNA that was in the cell's nucleus.

Antibodies have nothing to do with infection. I have antibodies to hepatitis B because I was vaccinated against it; I do not HAVE hepatitis B.

And, I had multiple outbreaks before I attempted the burning, so it's not that I was destined to be one of the one-timers. The proof is in the pudding, my friend. Even if it's not "cured," "didn't break out again" is good enough for me! None of my sexual partners has ever contracted HSV from me. If it looks like a cure, sounds like a cure, and smells like a cure... hmmm....


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