What can I do to stop a genital herpes outbreak?

Several ways. There is only so much that can do. For an acute event valtrex (valacyclovir) 3 times a day. If your getting the infectiions very frequently..Then going on valtrex or Acyclovir every day will be the best bet. Unfortunaly the only way to ensure no outbreaks is not to get it in the first place.
Depends on frequency. If is a first time or second recurrence, then there is medication to make it go away faster. If it comes back frequently, then there are daily medications to take indefinitely. Once you have it, you cannot get rid of it. It just goes "dormant".

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How do I know if a genital herpes outbreak is starting? -

Herpes Outbreak. There is usually some warning nerve signs like itch or pain. This is known as a prodromal situation and one can use this if there are re-occurences so that treatment can be started sooner rather than later. Read more...

Would my CBC be abnormal if I was having a genital herpes outbreak?

Maybe. The white blood cell count might be elevated. Most of us probably do not check a CBC when a person has genital herpes. Read more...
No. Herpes is a clinical diagnosis. CBC isn't affected and actually, even "herpes" blood work has pitfalls. Read more...
Possible. To get an elevated level of lymphocytes--those are the WBC's that generally fight viruses, it's not specific for herpes virus though.... Read more...