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Testing.. HSV 08 May 2014 04:27 #44166

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Hi All,

I'm new to the forum, I've done a lot of reading and searching for some information regarding the testing of HSV. From what I can see it's still a bit of a grey area if you can test for negative results as antibody tests are somewhat useless. Im wondering if anyone out there has any suggestions for testing if whether you have indeed been successful in overcoming the virus? With having had very few OBs (HSV1), im finding it difficult to determine whether this virus has been eradicated or not.

Any ideas, thoughts or advice would be appreciated.

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Testing.. HSV 08 May 2014 04:57 #44167

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goodhealth4all wrote: Hi All,

I'm new to the forum, I've done a lot of reading and searching for some information regarding the testing of HSV. From what I can see it's still a bit of a grey area if you can test for negative results as antibody tests are somewhat useless. Im wondering if anyone out there has any suggestions for testing if whether you have indeed been successful in overcoming the virus? With having had very few OBs (HSV1), im finding it difficult to determine whether this virus has been eradicated or not.

Any ideas, thoughts or advice would be appreciated.

Cheers

Goodhealth4all


I am in the same boat. But I know that once you get positive your antibodies will remain in your body until you died. the good thing is that if you get reinfected you have your defense to recognize the virus and kill it. The people that find the cure using MMS does not have way to prove it, but if you don't get outbreak that a good indication that you eradicate the virus. FDA is not going to approve any test that can say you don't have the virus because that not a business for them. I run the protocol 1000 the first time and comit a lot of mistake like drinking coffee , eating. So the second time I was more prepared and schedule my drops in those hours that I did not eat. And I was able to finish my 21 days without any problem. I do get some outbreak at the beginning of the protocol but did not last more than 8 hours and also got one day a heavy sweet while sleeping in a cold day. I believe I kill it this time. But only time will tell. Welcome to the forum. In My Four Hours Method Thread you can read everything I did and pass to finish this process.

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Testing.. HSV 08 May 2014 05:28 #44169

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Thanks for your reply GJP, I totally agree with you. It's unfortunate that there will be no official test available for us to know for sure. I will have a read of your thread, thanks very much for sharing your journey, it really helps! I hope it continues to go very well for you :)
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Testing.. HSV 16 Jun 2014 14:12 #45529

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Thank you all for comments, but I have a straight forward question: If I tested positive for HSV2, then can I ever test negative? If I do everything right (perfect) with any HERPES2 protocol, then can I ever test negative for HSV2?

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Markus2014 wrote: Thank you all for comments, but I have a straight forward question: If I tested positive for HSV2, then can I ever test negative? If I do everything right (perfect) with any HERPES2 protocol, then can I ever test negative for HSV2?


NO, You always be positive. The current test is for Antibodies, no for virus. So once your body recognize the virus It will build antibodies that always will be present in your body and died with you. Probably can go down when you don't get OB after the Virus died, but to be honest, I personally don't care if is positive , I care more for the pain and suffering for the OB. If I don't have any more of those , I have my mind clear that the virus is no longer in my system. Also future exposure will not have the same luck with my body.

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Thank You GJP, another question: You said, "Probably can go down when you don't get OB after the Virus died,..." Are you saying that its possible that the antibodies can go down far enough to get a negative test?

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Markus2014 wrote: Thank You GJP, another question: You said, "Probably can go down when you don't get OB after the Virus died,..." Are you saying that its possible that the antibodies can go down far enough to get a negative test?


Logically can be possible, but I don't have solid evidence to say categorical Yes to you. Hope in the coming month I will have enough data to prove that to you. I have couple of friend here running the same thing at the same times, to verify that the combination of MMS + parasite protocol is the way to go. But until we don't have months of no OB we can't said we are clear to go and retest the HSV2 again. Stay around and keep note, of the findings. So far I was able to manage the virus without antiviral and without lesion. My Urologist and my General Doctor are being very cooperative in my needs because they saw result from MMS. The problem right now is medication not available to purchase with a prescription in hand and the one available is too expensive to purchase using our medical plan. Each pill cost 100$ and in the non legitimate pharmacies is less than 1 dollar a pill.
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Testing.. HSV 16 Jun 2014 14:34 #45533

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I like to look at this with a good attitude and believe, "Logically can be possible,..." What is the best test to take? PCR DNA Test? or something else?

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Markus2014 wrote: I like to look at this with a good attitude and believe, "Logically can be possible,..." What is the best test to take? PCR DNA Test? or something else?

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The one I got, the name is HSV 1 lgG, Type Spec, HSV2 lgG, Type Spec, HSV, IgM I/II Combination , the three test have a range of 0.00 - 0.90 to be negative. Anything over that value will be positive. I tested negative the first time and my GD forgot about it and leave me with the infection for two weeks without medication that make me find MMS. Then two month later another OB and test positive. I read about other test like Western but nothing about test the actual virus.
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