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How long does it take it to go away?

Herpes blisters break, forming painful sores that crust and heal during several days! They become dormant and may recur again! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Emeline Reply:

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  2. Kelsi Reply:

    I can’t say about the line. I never got one of those for some reason. Howeve, the stretch marks I had TONS of all over my stomach. Darkt purple. They did eventually fade to a silvery color. I don’t remember how long exactly it took. Maybe a

  3. Mariam Reply:

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  7. Marylouise Reply:

    Depends upon the sensitivity of the patient, the level of the effects of the medication, and the time it takes for the body to rid itself of the dosage!(I am not in the medical field, but I am sensitive to some prescription tranquilizers and caffeine, so I know that it varies by individual)!

  8. Phoebe Reply:

    If it just got clunked around a little, it will most likely take not too long to go away. However, if the eye was injured badly, it might take a week or two to fully recover

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