Typically when people think about genital herpes symptoms, blisters and bumps on the genital region come to mind — but outbreaks can cause other uncomfortable effects as well. Oftentimes, herpes suffers experience flu-like symptoms, back pain and headaches in addition to the itching, burning and pain associated with open herpes sores.
Herpes lesions in the genital region are typically caused by HSV 2, but can also be brought on by an HSV 1 infection (often referred to as oral herpes). Herpes “cures” are available to increase the healing of current herpes blisters while preventing future herpes outbreaks. Natural herpes remedies boost the immune system help to protect your body from the effects of stress and other herpes outbreak triggers. …Read More»