Genital Herpes Treatment

30 Apr Herpes Treatment Options

herpes treatment optionsWhen a genital herpes outbreak occurs it most often results in a number of blisters in, on or around the genitals or rectum — and once these blisters erupt, they leave small sores that can take two to four weeks to heal. Herpes “cures” for herpes simplex type 2 range from washing with soap, applying ice and using natural herpes remedies to purchasing expensive prescription drugs and creams.

Because herpes is extremely contagious, finding a treatment for genital herpes that works is extremely important to prevent the spread of the disease. Suppressing herpes outbreaks dramatically reduces the chance that one will pass the virus on and infect sexual partners. While it is not always easy to pinpoint what leads to a herpes outbreak, the following conditions seems to be associated with frequent recurrences of the herpes simplex virus:

  • Stress
  • The Flu
  • A Fever of Cold
  • A Weakened Immune System

Boosting the immune system using an herbal herpes treatment may decrease the likelihood and severity of future herpes recurrences. …Read More»

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18 Apr Treatment for Genital Herpes

treatment for genital herpesAn effective treatment for genital herpes can be expensive and often requires a doctor’s prescription — but managing herpes is necessary to avoid the number of symptoms herpes can cause.

A recent lawsuit involving a woman from Delavan, Wisconsin and man from Edgerton, Wisconsin set forth the question, “Is a herpes-infected individual legally responsible for informing sexual partners about his/her infection?” And if the answer is yes, “Should the person who infected you be required to pay for your herpes treatment?” Unfortunately, neither answer is clear — this court case was dismissed at the plaintiff’s request despite her claims that she suffered an array of uncomfortable and distressing effects. …Read More»

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