Herpes Treatment

08 May Herpes Simplex Virus Treatment

herpes simplex virus treatmentWith nearly 1 million new cases of genital herpes diagnosed every year, it should be no surprise that the herpes simplex treatment market is projected to grow in the near future. While researchers everywhere are trying to formulate a herpes cure, people with herpes must turn to “cures” to manage herpes. Herpes treatment drugs (including Zovirax, Valtrex, Famvir and Denavir) are often prescribed to treat herpes, but with a large number of side-effects and the potential for drug related toxicity, many avoid this expensive option.

Natural herpes remedies are also available to people with oral or genital herpes who want to alleviate the condition and prevent future outbreaks. Formulated using antivirals and immune boosters found in nature, these herbal products can be extremely effective and completely safe. …Read More»

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04 May Prevent Herpes Outbreaks

prevent herpes outbreaksMost people who are infected with the herpes simplex virus are looking for a way to prevent herpes outbreaks. Both HSV 1 and HSV 2 can be extremely painful, embarrassing and contagious when blisters are present. Herpes treatments can help to relieve current outbreaks as well as prevent future outbreaks. By stopping herpes outbreaks before they start you:

  • avoid painful lesions,
  • reduce the risk of passing on the virus to sexual partners, and
  • avert other herpes symptoms. …Read More»

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03 May How Many People Have Herpes?

how many people have herpesWith so much confusing information online regarding the herpes simplex virus, consumers are becoming increasingly confused about herpes treatment options. One of the most popular questions about herpes is, “How many people have herpes?“, and considering how important the answer is, this should be no surprise. The prevalence of the herpes virus affects both infected and uninfected individuals. Uninfected men and women need to know the chance that their sexual partners have herpes while infected people might find comfort in knowing that they are not alone. Herpes is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases in the US — and the majority of infected individuals are not aware that they have even contracted the virus. …Read More»

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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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27 Apr Herbal Herpes Treatment

herbal herpes treatmentRather than suffer through the high costs and unwanted side-effects of prescription herpes treatment drugs, many infected individuals are opting for safer and arguably more effective herbal herpes treatment options. Fever blisters (caused by HSV 1) and genital lesions (typically a result of HSV 2) can both benefit from natural herpes treatment alternatives.

A genital herpes treatment made using herbal ingredients typically works by strengthening the immune system and prevent recurrent herpes outbreaks. This same type of herpes treatment can work just as well on both oral herpes and herpes zoster (shingles). By managing herpes and suppressing outbreaks, infected individuals are less likely to pass on HSV and are able to live virtually outbreak free. …Read More»

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25 Apr Treatment for Herpes Simplex

treatment for herpes simplexThe importance of a treatment for herpes simplex I and II is becoming more important than ever for housewives whose husbands have contracted the disease. A rise in the number of housewives infected with an STD is now being reported — and the number one cause is their husbands infidelity. Men who engage in sexual contact with others outside of marriage may be endangering their wives. While sexually transmitted diseases affect both males and females, the symptoms endured are often much worse for women. If a woman is infected with genital herpes, she may pass the contagious disease onto her newborn children. This makes finding a herpes treatment key for housewives and their husbands. …Read More»

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24 Apr Herpes Simplex Treatment

herpes simplex treatmentCurrently, a herpes simplex treatment is the only way to deal with the uncomfortable genital herpes symptoms that affect approximately 16.2% of all Americans 14-49. Genital herpes can cause blisters, fever and swollen glands and usually appears 4-5 times during the first year of infection. Considering the fact that herpes is a life-long disease, a herpes treatment that works is undeniably important for infected individuals. By managing the herpes virus, one can reduce the chance of spreading the virus to any sexual partners.

April has been declared “STD Awareness Month” making it a great time to become educated about herpes and other sexually transmitted diseases. …Read More»

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23 Apr Treatment of Herpes – Types of Herpes

Which Type of HerpesWhen looking for information on the treatment of herpes, it is important to understand the different types of herpes and their unique symptoms.

The herpes treatment you select will be directly impacted by your diagnosis. (Note: Oftentimes the treatment of herpes will incorporate immune boosting which will benefit each form). Here are the 5 types of herpes found in humans. …Read More»

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19 Apr Herpes Zoster Treatment

herpes zoster treatmentAccording to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly one in three Americans will develop shingles during their lifetime — and with so many painful symptoms, many of them will try and seek out a herpes zoster treatment. This painful skin rash can be very noticeable and embarrassing and often leads infected individuals to avoid stepping outdoors.

Herpes zoster is caused by the varicella zoster virus (VZV) that’s initial infection leads to chickenpox. After the short-lived chickenpox outbreak has disappeared, the virus remains dormant in the body and can result in a herpes zoster outbreak later on.

Former president of the Phillippines, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, attended a court hearing last week despite her herpes zoster outbreak and news of her condition quickly spread across news headlines. Herpes zoster can be very noticeable and may cause burning, itchiness, numbness, headache, fever and more. …Read More»

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17 Apr Treatment for Herpes

treatment for herpesPeople looking for a treatment for herpes are often hoping to reduce herpes outbreaks and decrease the chance that they will transmit herpes to their partner. Herpes treatments are becoming increasingly important as the number of individuals infected with the herpes simplex virus is on the rise. Currently approximately 25% and 12.5% of women and men are infected with the genital herpes virus, respectively.

Both HSV 1 and HSV 2 are normally transmitted during times when there is a visible lesion (though it is possible to spread herpes at any time). Therefore, until there is a cure for herpes, learning to manage herpes outbreaks is extremely important to all infected individuals. Managing herpes with a natural herpes treatment may prevent future outbreaks and lesions. …Read More»

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