genital herpes

Herpes Simplex Virus

Herpes Simplex is a contagious viral infection commonly seen as cold sores on the lip but this virus can also affect the genital area. This article shares the medical symptoms of cold sores (also known as fever blisters) and other types of herpes simplex viruses. We will also look at ways you can get rid of cold sores on your lip or genital area.

There are two strains of herpes simplex viruses: Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) and Herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2). HSV-1 is the type of infection typically found on the lip, mouth or face. This is the most common type and can develop during childhood. HSV-2 is usually transmitted sexually and may results in genital ulcers or sores.

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Oral Herpes Treatment

There are a huge number of people who deal with herpes on a regular basis. You may try to kid yourself and say it's just a cold sore, and that would be true, but it's also true that it is oral herpes. That's the cold truth, but what you want to know is how to minimize the occurrences and to have them gone as quickly as possible.

So first you need to know that you are not alone in it, and one thing that really can help this and your overall health is taking an effective multi-vitamin/mineral combination. The next thing is taking 500 milligrams (mg) of L-Lysine on a daily basis as well. Those two things can eliminate breakouts, or at least bring them down to a couple per year. That's how this has worked for me. I went from an average of one cold sore per month to one or two a year. From all the people I have talked to, this seems to be the case.

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