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Common Facts About Genital Herpes


Common Facts About Genital HerpesTag: Herpes Treatment — Doctor @ 3:35 pm

Herpes Simplex has two types of herpes and genital herpes or oral cold sores. Viruses and HSV1 HSV2 cause of herpes. Both these viruses can cause genital herpes. In genital herpes is contacted by a person from a healthy person infected. If your partner has herpes lip and performs oral sex, will contact you from genital herpes. Similarly, if your partner has genital herpes, sexual contact transmit herpes to you. The virus enters your body through a cut in the skin or mucous membranes. Our mouth, genitals and anus are covered with mucous membranes and, therefore, the path easier for the virus to enter your body.

Once in contact genital herpes, the virus remains in the body for his life. There is no permanent cure to remove the virus from the body. In genital herpes is a disease not life-threatening, but he who has genital herpes is more susceptible to infection with HIV.

In genital herpes occur from time to time. When it is activated, you get blisters filled with fluid near the genitals or anus. After some time these blisters crust dry and without any scar. The episodes can be accompanied by symptoms such as fever. In most people the first episode is the most serious. In some people the symptoms are so insignificant that they can ignore it completely. Herpes continue to take from time to time. The frequency is different from person to person. During active herpes likely to transmit it to another person, are very high. But herpes can be transmitted even when wounds are not considered.

In genital herpes has no permanent cure. Anti viral drug is prescribed during the epidemic to reduce the intensity and time of the outbreak. Some people are advising long-term treatment with anti-viral drug to prevent frequent outbreaks.

Herpes could be treated by  using following medications:


This article is for informational purposes only. This article is not intended to be medical advice and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult your doctor for your medical concerns. Please follow any advice given in this article only after consulting your doctor. The author is not liable for any outcome or damage resulting from information obtained from this article.

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