How much monolaurin is recommended daily for treatment of hsv-2?

None, unless... Unless there are some good, human research studies that show there is a definite beneficial effect with monolaurin, there is no need to use it for herpes. Testimonials and marketing hype do not count as research. Since monolaurin is not a real, fda-approved medication, one cannot be sure about the products for sale (may vary in purity, additives, effects, side effects, etc...).

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I have hsv-2 and I'm in daily Valtrex (valacyclovir) therapy, can I use steroids (wistrol)? Does it have any interaction with the disease or medication?

Anabolic steroids. These are not likely to have interactions with valacyclovir or your hsv infection, but you should double check with your pharmacist who has access to up to date computer records of interactions. You should also strongly reconsider the reasons for taking these. Read more...

Besides daily anti-viral therapy, what else can I do to keep the hsv-2 under control? Any diet or natural remedies to use?

Herpes Two. Nope. Unfortunately the more we learn about herpes the more confused it can all seem. Daily therapy to suppress outbreaks is very effective. Daily therapy to turn down your viral shedding is about 50% effective. Read more...

Is it true that there have been cases where patients have tested negative for hsv-2 after a year if treatment when they were previously hsv-2 positive?

HSV. Hsv tends to stay with you for life. Hsv2 can be negative when not having an active disease of when the shedding is low. Read more...
It depends... If the original test positive detected the virus from a genital area sore (culture or PCR), you definitely have HSV2 and your recent negative (blood?) test is false. If the first was a blood test, most likely that one was false and you may not have HSV2 after all. Maybe more to say if you would like to post a new question with details, including numerical results of blood tests (both HSV1 and 2). Read more...

Can a treatment to remove molluscum in genital area cause an outbreak in an hsv-2 positive person?

Likely not. While skin injury (like a sunburn) can lead to a recurrent bout of herpes, molluscum treatment is not likely too so. That being said I am sure there may be some reports of just that in the medical literature. Still, it is not a common occurrence. Read more...