M122 Pill

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wlac87 Says:


My midwife prescribed me valcyclovir. I'm in my last month of pregnancy and have been taking the m122 tab for almost a month now, once a day and I still have outbreaks. How many should I take without hurting my baby? I dont want to have a c section. I have about 29 days left in my pregnancy, if he doesn't come early and im just trying to figure out what to do to get rid of the outbreaks and keep them gone until after I have my baby. I got another outbreak today and have been on the pill for weeks now, like 3 going on 4, and I dont think my midwife knows what shes talking about.



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Verwon Says:

Are you certain that it's herpes?

It very rarely breaks out like that, there are usually times where you are definitely symptom free and it recurs every few months, not several times a month.

If it is, then it could be that this just isn't the right medication to help you and you may need to try a different one. Have you tried any other medications for it, such as Acyclovir?

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MimiDrinks Says:

Acyclovir 200-400 mg IMO works as well as 500 mg of Valacyclovir.

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PeaceLoveRockNRoll Says:

I don't think this pill (M122) is very effective! I have had herpes for 23 years and rarely get outbreaks; however, during my last bout I started taking the pill the very next day and I the outbreak still lasted 7 days with me taking 1000mg or more per day. I am seriously looking into how to go about finding out if a pill is was they actually say it is!

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Chantia Says:
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I was just pregnant and had no issues. My doctor had me take 1twice a day 12hours (500mg) apart to prevent outbreak during delivery. Keep in mind we have several yeast infections while pregnant. Go get checked because when I thought I was having an outbreak it was actually a yeast infection. I had a healthy baby girl ...Good luck with everything.

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Lucy Says:
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Is it safe to have intercourse after waiting 90 days, since I contracted herpes 1?

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