Learn About Genital Herpes - Your Guide To Manage Herpes In Your Life
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Herpes: Symptoms and Treatment Informationfrom:
The Herpes Virus is highly contagious. 60%-80% of the US adult
population have one or both of the main strains of Herpes virus
hominus. 90% are unaware of their infection.
Herpes Simples 1 generally affects the mouth in the form of cold
sores (fever blisters). Herpes Simplex 2 affects the genital
Herpes Outbreaks are generally readily evident: symptoms
- usually develop within 20 days of contact;
- may last up to 2 weeks;
- may not be noticed - very mild - or may result in sores in or
around the mouth (Cold Sores) or genital area (Genital Herpes)
the symptoms of Herpes on and aorund the infected area include
pain, itchiness, and a burning or tingling sensation before
- painful inflamed blisters develop around infected area
- muscle ache
- vaginal or penis discharge
- infection of the urethra causing a burning sensation during
- a burning sensation in the genitals
- swollen lymph glands
- lower back pain
Many Herpes medications, such as topical creams and ointments,
often do not penetrate the cell membranes and may therefore
aggravate the outbreak as well as prolong the healing process.
Experts strongly advise against the any kind of topical
cortisone-type cream to treat Herpes as this can suppress the
local immunity and may worsen your herpes outbreaks
Many other herpes remedys contain alcohol, which can further
irritate the infected area; or may contain lidocaine and
benzocaine - designed to numb, they are only partially effective
and can lead to allergic reactions.
A Natural Alternative
To read more about the Herpes Simplex Virus (1 and 2); about
what triggers a herpes outbreak and what spreads herpes; and to
find out the full information on an over the counter natural
treatment for herpes visit
It is important to note that the term 'alternative' when
referring to treatment simply means that the medication contains
no drugs, and therefore does not require approval by the FDA.
This is also why many doctors do not proscribe them - for their
own insurance purposes. Anything not FDA approved leaves your GP
open to being sued. Your GP does the best job he can within
government limitations. Many natural 'alternatives' are highly
effective. This is one.
Remeber Herpes in any form, as a cold sore or in the form of
genital herpes, is highly contagious. If you have it treat it,
don't spread it.
About the author:
Senior Directive Consultant (P.R. & I.M.)
http://www.naturallyguaranteed.com Natural Healing Oils Range
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