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rash Primary genital herpes have an incubation period of between 3-7 days. The symptoms may be severe but may well not be visible, especially if the wound is in the area of the cervix in women. At first, these symptoms are preceded by burning a few hours earlier in an area where there will be cuts. After the injury arises, the patient will experience symptoms such as malaise, fever, headache, fatigue, and muscle aches . Injuries that occur in the form of vesicles or bubbles. Then came the skin looks red and vesicles are clustered with equal size. The fluid-filled vesicles that rupture easily, causing injuries widened. In fact there are times when the surrounding lymph nodes enlarged and painful when touched.

In men, the symptoms will be more visible because the skin grows on the outside of the glans penis, penis shaft, testicles, or anus. In contrast, in women the…

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The Best Genital Herpes Treatment

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Whenever you hear the word herpes, what is the first thing you think of? A lot of people are very afraid of this word and treat it as something which they should avoid and never speak about in public. But the fact of the matter is that genital herpes treatment is a very common disease. Even though there aren’t any official statistics regarding the number of people with this disease, research shows that at least 1 out of every 5 people carry the Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV).

This brings me to my next questions, should you really keep this disease a secret? The simple answer is no. Even though herpes is a disease that cannot be cured, there is absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t try to suppress it to the best of your abilities. It isn’t something that you should try and hide, but get treated instead so that you can get freedom from this disease once and for all. It isn’t something which you should hide from. Get it treated as soon as possible and be free from it. All you need is to be positive and choose a treatment that is effective.

This disease can be quite oppressive if you don’t address it on time. It will not only burden you with physical pain in your back and legs but the regular outbreaks will make life quite uncomfortable for you as well. There may even be times when you don’t feel like moving at all because of this disease. The biggest problem with this disease is that you cannot predict when the next outbreak is going to be which makes it even more difficult.

There are many treatment creams, tablets, pills, available today which help in reducing the symptoms of outbreaks. All such treatments focus mainly on the virus which causes this disease and the side effects of these medications often include diarrhea, swelling, burning, nausea, etc.

But in situations where this medication isn’t working, there is another alternative available as well. You should consider using homeopathic treatments to help suppress this disease. Just because regular medicine didn’t work doesn’t mean nothing well. All our bodies are different and just because something works for one person doesn’t mean it will work another as well. That’s why it is important for you to try out as many new things as you can. And the best part about these homeopathic treatments is that you won’t have to worry about any harmful side effects. Isn’t that great?

So you see getting freedom from herpes isn’t impossible. All you have to do is research a little about the various remedies available and experiment with a few of them until you find the best one for you.

How To Test For Herpes

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Herpes Treatments and Cures

Herpes is a viral disease that is caused by the Herpes Simplex Virus type 1 and type 2. A herpes infection often causes small, painful blister looking sores on the skin or the mucous membrane of the throat, vagina, urethra, nose, mouth, and rectum.  In most cases tests are done for sores in the genital area though other tests can be done from spinal fluid, urine, blood or tears sample.

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Why a test for herpes may be done

  • To find out whether sores in your vaginal area or in your mouth are as a result of HSV
  • To find out which type of virus is causing the Herpes infection- HSV1- or HSV2
  • To find out whether the partner of the person infected with the HSV is also infected
  • To diagnose whether a new-born baby has acquired HSV virus from its mother during birth – if the mother has genital herpes

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