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16 May Herpes Treatment Over the Counter: Video

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Because there are currently no cures for facial or genital herpes, men and women with herpes must try and find relief using either over the counter (OTC) herpes remedies or a herpes drug treatment through a doctor’s prescription. Facial herpes, usually caused by an HSV 1 infection (though it can be caused by genital herpes), can be very uncomfortable and embarrassing — and without remedies a fever blister may take up to 2 weeks for the healing process to complete. Be sure to avoid contact with others if you are suffering with a herpes labialis or genital herpes outbreak as they are very contagious at this point. OTC herpes remedies are available to help prevent herpes outbreaks and speed healing time.

In the video below, Dr. Stephen H. Mandy, Dermatologist discusses herpes remedies while explaining that there is no cure for herpes labialis or genital herpes.

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26 Apr Oral Herpes Treatment: Video

oral herpes treatmentWhile there are currently no herpes cures, infected individuals may find relief from oral and genital herpes remedies. Both HSV 1 (oral herpes) and HSV 2 (genital herpes) are transmitted to the mouth or genitals through skin-to-skin contact. And while both result in pain and lesions, genital herpes is considered a sexually transmitted disease while facial herpes is not.

You can determine if you are infected with herpes labialis or genital herpes by testing a lesion or getting a laboratory blood analysis. Even without herpes labialis or genital herpes cures, you can still manage facial and genital herpes by using natural antiviral remedies.

In the video below, Dr. Sabrina Kendrick, M.D. discusses herpes treatment, herpes transmission as well as STD testing. …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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