Herpes Treatment

16 Apr Herpes Treatment and Prevention

herpes treatment and preventionWhile HSV 1 is commonly referred to as oral herpes and HSV 2 is often known as genital herpes, both HSV 1 and HSV 2 can be present in either the oral or genital regions. Herpes treatment and prevention information can help to lessen the frequency and severity of herpes outbreaks and reduce the likelihood that herpes will be passed onto a sexual partner.

HSV 1 infects approximately 90% of adults and can cause fever blister (also known as cold sores) around the mouth. HSV 1 can be transmitted to the genitals through oral contact.

HSV 2 is less common than HSV 1 as it infects only around 15-20% of adults. HSV 2, or genital herpes, can be transmitted to the oral region through genital to oral contact. …Read More»

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12 Apr Herpes Treatment Drugs to Manage Herpes Symptoms: Video

herpes treatment drugsThere are two forms of the herpes simplex virus. Cures for either form of the virus have not yet been made, but both can be managed using herpes remedies. HSV 1 is very common and is often referred to as cold sores or fever blisters. Herpes type I outbreaks are usually preceded by a tingling for 1-2 days and normally last for 3- 7 days after crusting over. HSV 2, or genital herpes, can take up to 2 weeks after exposure to appear and may reappear 2-6 times during the first year. Both types of herpes can be transmitted to the genital region through sexual contact.

In the video below, dermatologist Dr. Stuart Zweibel, MD, PhD discusses the symptoms of both types of the herpes simplex virus. Without a cure, treating herpes properly is essential. …Read More»

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11 Apr Herpes Treatment for Women


herpes treatment for womenA herpes treatment for women usually involves taking prescription medications or natural supplements until a herpes treatment cure is discovered. But oftentimes women need more than methods to reduce the number and severity of herpes outbreaks. Joining a support community can be extremely beneficial for those suffering with the herpes virus. These online communities allow herpes suffers to connect with one another for support, to ask questions and even to offer advice. In addition to sharing herpes treatment information, members can discuss other difficulties that those living with herpes endure. …Read More»
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09 Apr Natural Herpes Treatment

natural herpes treatmentThe two types of herpes found in humans are HSV 1 and HSV 2 and both can benefit from a natural herpes treatment. HSV 1, usually referred to as oral herpes or cold sores, is more common and generally results in blisters near and around the mouth. HSV 2, or genital herpes, can often be asymptomatic but may cause blisters around the genital region. A natural herpes treatment can be just as effective as a prescription drug, but does not come with the many unwanted and uncomfortable side-effects. …Read More»

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06 Apr Herpes Treatment for Babies May Not Be Enough to Prevent Death

herpes treatment for babiesNormally contracted via sexual intercourse, the herpes simplex virus may be passed onto newborns through saliva or during childbirth. Herpes treatment for babies may require hospitalization for intravenous antiviral medication for 21 days, but even with this herpes treatment, some newborns suffer permanent brain damage or even death. While most HSV-infected infants contract herpes passing through their mother’s birth canal, the Jewish metzizah b’peh ritual has recently left a child dead. During the metzizah b’peh ritual a rabbi or mohel removes blood from the wound with his mouth — if the rabbi or mohel is infected, he can pass herpes onto the child. Rabbi Yitzchok Fisher was banned from performing circumcisions yet is apparently still performing the ritual.
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05 Apr Herpes Treatment for Horses

herpes treatment for horsesJust like humans, horses too can be infected with the herpes virus. Called EHV (the Equine Herpes Virus), herpes contracted by horses is found in five different forms. EHV-1 and EHV-4 are the most severe subtypes and can result in a variety of side-effects and even death. The equine herpes virus is most often spread through inhalation or nasal discharge and can affect the reproductive, neurological and respiratory systems. Herpes treatment for horses may include anti-inflammatory drugs, rest and medication to break up mucous and clear the airways. …Read More»

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04 Apr Could a Herpes Treatment Cure Save the Coral Reefs?

herpes treatment cureWhile most people are aware of oral and genital herpes infections in humans, few know that the herpes simplex virus might actually be responsible for the decrease in the world’s coral reef population. The herpes infecting coral reefs is not the exact same virus that infects humans, but outbreaks in both can be triggered by increased stress. Could finding a herpes treatment cure actually save the dying coral reefs?

Unlike humans, coral reefs cannot prevent the spread of the virus by using contraceptives as they reproduce asexually. This might lead one to pose the question “how do you stop something that reproduces asexually from contracting herpes?” Finding a herpes treatment cure might be the only answer. …Read More»

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03 Apr Manage Herpes to Control Uncomfortable Outbreaks

manage herpesHSV suffers are often looking for ways to manage herpes and typically turn to antiviral medications to prevent the severity and frequency of herpes outbreak. This is especially important to those suffering from the painful side-effects of genital herpes. Both HSV 1 and HSV 2 can stimulate genital herpes, but an occurrence is usually brought on by HSV 2 and is more common in women. Managing herpes during pregnancy is especially important as infants exposed to herpes during birth are susceptible to a range of health problems and even death. Women experiencing an outbreak during delivery are often forced to undergo a Caesarean section. …Read More»

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02 Apr Social Networking and Genital Herpes Treatment

genital herpes treatmentWhile we all know that our friends directly influence our daily lives, researchers are now finding that people’s risk of developing sexually transmitted diseases may also be directly correlated to our social circles. Studies are beginning to indicate that people within the same social networks are more likely to share similar risk-taking behaviors as well as sleep with the same individuals. By focusing on the risk of a social network, researchers are beginning to evaluate the risk factors among groups of friends. This growing knowledge may prove to be a key element in genital herpes treatment and HSV.
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