What kind of antibiotics are you taking? If you take too much, your immune system goes for s#@$. How much are you washing your hands?
How is your digestion? How is your diet? Lastly, how often do you train and for how long?
Try getting some beneficial bacteria back into your system. Anti-biotics unfortunately dont differentiate between good and bad, they just destroy all bacteria! Echinacea might help too. Best to go with the liquid if you decide to try it.
Plook: My diet is superb, The antibiotics were ciliciane.
I wash my hands around 5-6x a day. At the end of my 100m season, I was training 3-4times a week when I was fit enough to.
Now I’m trying for 5 times a week (probably too much so I will lower this, a lot of people have said my training age is too low to do this anyways)
AUT: Wow it seems we are exactly alike!!! It’s absolute BS :mad: !!! What annoys me the most is that I have had all sorts of blood tests and none come up with anying curable disease that I have contracted!
amirok: Interesting, I have just read up on this and do have some of the symptoms (apart from no fever). However how can you contract it? Just from kissing?
Herpes virus can be asymptomatic, without fever or skin rushes…but you can be sore in troath, be tired, have low immune system, problems with cellular permeability and altered nervous signal and poor nerve regeneration.
Check your submandibular glands, and if you have pain probably you can have an infection and can be herpes, but check this with a doctor (i’m not a doctor).
Some doctor speak about stomach disorder when you have herpes, because the virus can weak stomach muscle.
Generally we have a silent herpes virus in our body, and sometimes he come back from its sleep and give us some problems.