I was an avid wrestler in college and comes with wrestling are many skin diseases. I was diagnosed with Herpes (Cranial) which I believe stays on the head and face. Minor outbreaks result in small leasons which are like shingles (painful) and go away with sometimes minimal scaring. I have not had an outbreak in over 15 years as I am now 41. However, I do get these sore patches that are located on the face, under the skin and never surface. I also get sore patches on the upper torso with no outright signs. My question is this.. Is this the same Herpes just taking on other characterists? The pain last about 2 days and then completly goes away.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?