Thursday, 17 March 2011

In this blog we discuss the best treatments to help you cope with herpes the most insidious and painful disease that you have to live with for the rest of your life because, as yet, there is no cure.

If you are living with herpes you know how your life is blighted by outbreaks of painful sores that recurrently appear on sensitive part of your body. You may also be dealing with the stigma of having herpes and be embarrassed to discuss it. We intend to help you overcome these issues, and in particular reduce the number of outbreaks you have to endure.

As you know there is no cure for herpes but there have been encouraging clinical trials of antivirals that have been able to stop the genital herpes virus from reproducing, and progressing to a full blown outbreak.

One herpes treatment that is showing great promise is Famciclovir. It is the first herpes medicine proven to stop or shorten a recurrent genital herpes outbreak with just a single day of treatment. You must take it at the first sign or symptom of an outbreak for it to work effectively. FAMVIR is a prescribed medication, so ask your doctor about the Single-Day FAMVIR.

Another effective herpes treatment is Medavir a safe topical , non-prescription antiviral medication that you apply direct to the site of infection before and during an herpes outbreak. The good thing about Medavir is that is prevents outbreaks and lessens the amount of the virus in the body with each successive treatment. The result is that eventually your own body's defenses will build up to a point that it can prevent outbreaks altogether, substantially lowering the level of the virus in the body.

With testing of Medavir being carried out by the reputable company Procter and Gamble, the Cincinatti Hospital and the University of Manitoba, you can rest assured that Medavir will help reduce the herpes symptoms you have to endure.

Further Reading on living with herpes and herpes symptoms: 'Herpes The STD That Lives In Your Body For Life'

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