managing herpes Tag

17 Sep Herpes Treatment Site’s Tips for Managing HSV

herpes management tipsAs a herpes treatment expert, Herpes Treatment Site knows that it is possible for herpes-infected individuals to suppress herpes and prevent recurrent facial lesions or genital herpes outbreaks. While taking a daily antiviral is almost certain to suppress the virus, there are other precautions that can be taken to ensure herpes remains trapped within the infected cells and, in the event of fever blisters, there are methods to relieve pain and increase healing time. In an effort to help as many people as possible control their unwanted symptoms, Herpes Treatment Site has created a list of the top 10 tips for managing facial and genital herpes. …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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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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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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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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