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Do S And Don Ts For Gential 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
Ulcerated lesion: Typically you will see multiple open lesion on the external genitals that may be weeping and eventually crust over. These lesions are typically painful. Often times you may notice flu-like symptoms about 1-2 weeks prior to the genital lesions. ...Read more
Only by sex: ONLY by sex with a partner with herpes. Either genital sex, usually resulting herpes due to HSV2; or oral to genital, with herpes due to HSV1. However, new GH often first appears in monogamous, faithful couples. The infected person can be infected for years, and first develops symptoms that seem like a new infection. Or the other partner has it, doesn't know, and transmission finally occurred. ...Read more
Someone who had gential herpes sat on a seat, can I get herpes from sitting on the same seat??????!?!?!?
Both my partner and I have gential herpes; is there strades of gential herpes, like for example breaking being so bad that medication not working?
Sorry: But I have re-read your question several times and don't understand what you are asking. Please clarify this further and re-ask. ...Read more
If I continue to give my bf oral & he has gential herpes and I only give him oral when he has no outbreaks what are my odds of herpes in the oral area?
It's been 6 months I accidently bumped into my gf gential unprotected by accidenti haven't had any symptoms is it safe to say I don't have herpes/syphil
STDs must Test: I think that this forum is great. But, it does not replace the simple activity of getting to your family doctor and getting evaluated or tested for the concerns one has. There is no way to answer your question in this forum. You probably do not have the infections you describe. But, it is easy to test and then you can stop worrying. ...Read more
NO: Herpes is transmitted through a "skin to skin" contact, and thus if one has genital herpes, it can be transmitted sexually. Outbreaks with open sores certainly increases the risk of transmission greatly. Condom use can profoundly decrease the risk of transmission, but is not 100% effective. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Outbreaks of genital herpes are treated with antiviral agents, such as acyclovir, famciclovir, or valacyclovir. The duration of therapy is usually 7-10 days. These medications are also used for long-term suppressive therapy. Baking soda should have no effect on the lesions or duration of the episode. Sometimes women with painful urination resulting from the lesions may benefit from a sitz bath. ...Read more
Get script of anti-: Virals from your doctor and take daily suppressive dose which decreses your risk of shedding to 1 out 365 days a year ...Read more
Is there different stages of gential herpes that causes your medication to be unable to prevent a break out or make a break out less painful?
No: It would be very unlikely. Sometimes when patients have comorbidities like hiv, then they are more susceptible to viral infections such as the herpes infection. There is such a thing as systemic herpes. But that would be exceedingly rare in a non-immunocompromised person. The best way to fend off an outbreak is to get good sleep eat well and exercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If I have gential herpes is there a test to say if I got it from oral herpes or if I got it from someone who also has gential herpes. Is this possible?
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