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Antifungal Cream For Herpes
There are different types of herpes infections; herpes simplex infection of mouth (gingivostomatitis) and lips (labialis) are the most common. Others include genital herpes, and herpes zoster. Herpes infection could very mild to very dangerous depending on the type and location of the body affected. I ...Read more
I have had a fever blister for 2 months will not go away! I have had 2 rounds of valtrex, alcivior now taking topical ointment, not sure why he prescribed one for antifungus nitrate cream, also I have type 1 herpes. And have used countless over the coun
I: I would question whether this is a fever blister given that it has been present for 2 months. Perhaps it is a condition called perleche? I would recommend you see a dermatologist who can examine the area, possible perform a bacterial or viral culture, and give a recommendation. I hope that helps. ...Read more
Herpes treatment: Herpes outbreaks respond best to aciclovir and similar medicines, but these are usually only prescribed for severe or frequent flares. Although haemorrhoid cream is unlikely to cause harm, it's not very likely to help. A simple emollient may relieve discomfort and help healing ...Read more
Pills do, not creams: Cold sores are caused by herpes viruses which reside inside your body/nerve. The currently available creams/topicals can only treat, not preventing it. There are few pills you can take to suppress the frequency/severity of these outbreaks. Unfortunately, there is no cure yet. If you have frequent recurrences, consult doc for eval and treatment. Good luck. ...Read more
What medicines and creams should I take for herpes zoster? Are there some solutions or creams to ease the pain? What else can I do to ease the pain?
Herpes zoster: Creams are totally useless despite the claims they make in advertizements. Valacyclovir is my go-to medicine for Herpes zoster. The dose is 1gram three times a day for the duration of the outbreak. If the outbreaks are occurring with increasing frequency. Prophylactic use of one gram a day can be instituted by your physician. ...Read more
Doxepin cream 5%: Topical Doxepin is easy to use & very safe. Sometimes using large amounts causes mild drowsiness. Start using it at bedtime. Use it as often as needed to control pain. Most people begin at 4 times a day and gradually reduce frequency as they improve. This may require 2-4 months or more. About 20% of people become allergic after long use & stop. It is far safer & far more effective than anything el. ...Read more
Thank you doc. Oscar norvic. But what's the name of the cream for the herpes siimplex 1 thank you?
Is this ghsv1? What else can cause these symptoms? I was given hydrocortizone cream but it did nothing. Thank you for your help! I've been to three doctors and they all refuse to acknowledge or even consider herpes. They say it's just sore and that it wil
Valacyclovir: First you may want to get a hsv culture to confirm the diagnosis, but then you need a prescription which kills it. ...Read more
If someone used nystain cream and they had herpes and someone else used the cream can that person get herpes?
I was diagnosed with Hemorrrhoids and I've been using cream for a couple days now. I'm afraid it's herpes, could the cream help herpes or no?
No creams work well: No topical treatments (ointments, creams, etc) work well against herpes. Any moisturizing cream may help make lesions less painful as they heal, and anesthetic gel (e.g. lidocaine, benzocaine) may reduce pain if severe. But none speed healing. Effective treatment to prevent or shorten outbreaks requires treatment by mouth, usually valacyclovir (Valtrex) or acyclovir (Zovirax and other brands). ...Read more
Herpes: Although there is no cure for herpes, some drugs have been effective in reducing the frequency and duration of outbreaks. It might be a good idea to discuss options with your doctor. If you have outbreaks often, you may want to consider taking an antiviral drug every day. Doctors call this suppressive therapy. The oral medications are more effective. ...Read more
NO: Why would this happen? Did you discover the act after you ate it? Was someone just teasing you? ...Read more
I have HPV and herpes, I had warts electrocuted but they all came back, how harmful is HPV n will a topical cream or other tx b effective?
Need to be checked:
You should consult a dermatologist and yes these can be treated with prescription cream Imiquimod5% creamor Sinecatechins15% ointment. Or doctor administred therapy like podophyline, Trichloacetic acid or cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen
And lastly Surgery or Electro Cautry like you had before
You also have Herpes.So practice safe sex and make sure it is also treated if there are breakouts ...Read more
I have genital herpes and it really hurts what can I do to make the pain less painful? Is there any cream I can put or is it only prescribed meds?
Don't use!: Cortaid (hydrocortisone) should never be used on herpes, and can make the herpes worse! Cortaid (hydrocortisone) is a topical steroid, and steroids weaken the immune system. Herpes is viral infection, and your immune system needs support to fight it off. If it is a milder outbreak, you can try over-the-counter abreva 5 times a day for up to 10 days, but if not improving or if bad outbreak, see your dr for prescription treatment. ...Read more
Had herpes 18yrs ago, I was treated and never came back. I saw yesterday I have two sores, I have a steady boyfriend. What cream can I use and sex?
Talk to your doctor: You would have to talk to your doctor for a cream or pill to take for the outbreak. Once you have the virus, you always have it, you just didn't appear to have an outbreak for quite some time. There are no creams or anything over-the-counter, only by prescription. Also, you should not have intercourse while you are having a breakout. ...Read more
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