Antiviral Medication for First and Recurrent Episode of Genital Herpes

Posted by alexwang8093 on Jan 18, 2018
Medication for first episode of Genital Herpes The categories of antiviral medications against the first episode of Genital Herpes (caused by HSV-2) are many. It is understood that all other medications are nucleoside analogues except foscarnet and cidofovir. The major three medications namely acyclovir, famciclovir and valaciclovir are considered as effective medications against HSV – 2. Other antiviruses mentioned above, such as cidofovir, foscarnet, ganciclovir and valganiciclovir have also helped greatly in combating the first episodes of genital herpes. These are also useful against alpha herpes virus. They are used in special conditions such as treatment of some acyclovir – resistant HSV isolates. Acyclovir: It is a prototypic antiviral agent. It activates viral in...more>>

Top Myths About Herpes Debunked

Posted by keithwu on Nov 21, 2017
Herpes is a common sexually transmitted disease (STD) with no cure, affecting one in five American adults and teenagers just like you. Many of us have misconceptions or misunderstandings about herpes, what it is, and what it is to live life with the disease. These myths create fear and worse, contribute to the spread of the disease. By debunking these myths and raising awareness about herpes, we can help people lead a more fulfilling life. Following are the most common myths regarding herpes. • You were just diagnosed with genital herpes and now your sex life is over People who have genital herpes can continue to have sex. There are several easy and simple steps you can take to prevent the spread of herpes. Abstinence should be practiced as soon as you feel the warning signs of...more>>

Just How Common Is Genital Herpes?

Posted by keithwu on Nov 20, 2017
Most people are surprised by how common genital herpes is. Herpes simplex is a viral disease caused by the herpes simplex virus. Anyone can become infected by the herpes virus through physical contact and the exchange of body fluids with an infected person whether the infected individual is exhibiting the symptoms of herpes or not. Genital herpes, or HSV-2, is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases (STD). Genital herpes is transmitted through direct physical contact and the exchange of bodily fluids. This can be from a simple kiss to oral sex or intercourse. Genital herpes is primarily spread through direct skin contact during sexual activity and presents as open sores or blisters around the genitals. It can also be spread to the mouth and throat through oral sex. ...more>>

Know What The Top Beneficial and Top Harmful Foods Are For Improved Herpes Treatment

Posted by keithwu on Nov 01, 2017
Herpes is a common sexually transmitted disease (STD) with no cure, affecting one in five American adults and teenagers just like you. Many people with herpes are constantly searching for ways to reduce the frequency and severity of their herpes outbreaks. There are many things that can trigger a herpes outbreak ranging from environmental factors, your health, stress, and your diet. Medication and drugs are the primary way to keep the virus at bay, but with a nutritious and smart diet, your immune system can be stronger and outbreaks can be naturally prevented or reduced. The most common recommendation regarding diet, food and better managing herpes outbreaks is centered around two amino acids – L-lysine and arginine. The general idea is to eat more lysine and less arginine in yo...more>>

Herpes Simplex Virus: The Difference Between HSV-1 And HSV-2

Posted by keithwu on Oct 19, 2017
When someone has contracted herpes, it can be either HSV-1 (herpes type 1) or HSV-2 (herpes type 2). The “HSV” is an acronym for “Herpes Simplex Virus.” The general difference between the two types of herpes is that type 1 refers to oral herpes and type 2 refers to genital herpes. This means the symptoms of type 1 would be cold sores forming in the area around your mouth, while the symptoms of type 2 would be cold sores forming around your genital area. When you look at both types of herpes strains under a microscope, they look nearly identical to each other. The severity of the symptoms caused by them is also similar, despite the popular belief that HSV-2 is worse. The big difference between them is where they exist and become latent in the body. HSV-1 infects the nerve cells on the ...more>>

How Long Does It Take to Know If You Have an STD?

Posted by keithwu on Sep 19, 2017
If you’ve had unprotected sex recently, then you’re probably wondering whether you have contracted a sexually transmitted disease. With all the different types of STDs that are out there, you could have contracted any one of them if your sexual partner was infected. The worst part is that the symptoms of STDs will not show up right away after you’ve been infected. You could literally go weeks or even months without ever knowing that you have an STD. Then, all of a sudden, there will be visible symptoms that will show up on you like rashes, redness, fever, nausea, and more. The exact amount of time it takes for these symptoms to show up is different for each STD. It simply depends on which STD you have been infected with. People’s bodies tend to respond differently to STD infections. Asi...more>>

Sex Is Always A Part of Any Close and Intimate Relationship

Posted by keithwu on Sep 07, 2017
People are often curious, or even skeptical, of the motives and desires of those who use dating websites to meet new people, build relationships or even search for true love. This is no different for dating websites dedicated to helping people with sexually transmitted diseases (STD) meet other singles sharing the same conditions and looking to connect with others. PostiviteSingles.com was highly interested in this same question of what people were looking for in a dating website. To discover this answer and more, the company recently conducted a survey of its one million plus registered members to better understand why they joined PositiveSingles.com and what they expected of the website and other people using the website. To answer the question of what members were searching for, t...more>>

How Do You Know If You Have Herpes?

Posted by keithwu on Aug 24, 2017
Herpes is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases out there. Surprisingly, most people know very little about it or when they even have it. The most reliable way to determine if you have genital herpes or oral herpes is to have a blood test done. This test will find if there are antibodies to the herpes simplex virus 1 or the herpes simplex virus 2. From there, you can take the necessary steps to treat the disease and to reduce the symptoms. With that being said, there are some people who don’t notice any symptoms after they’ve unknowingly contracted herpes. While most people will break out with red blisters or cold sores within 2 weeks, others may not see any visible signs of herpes for years. In the meantime, you are still able to transmit the virus to other sexual partne...more>>

Consulting with Attorney Over Legalities of Spreading STDs on Dates

Posted by keithwu on Aug 14, 2017
To order to protect our member, PositiveSingles consults with lawyer Jon Michael Probstein regarding the legal problems that STD people may meet: Are they obligated to tell their partners the STD status? Bio of Jon Michael Probstein: Admitted to practice in New York and the federal courts (Southern and Eastern District) as well as the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Mr. Probstein is special counsel to law firms in Los Angeles and New York, as well as operating his own practice in Nassau County. In addition, he serves as a Part 137 Arbitrator on attorney/client fee disputes and as an Arbitrator in Small Claims, District Court, Nassau County. A qualified Part 36 Guardian, Attorney, etc. in Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties, he is also a registered attorney with the New York State...more>>

Why We Need STI/STD Check? And When Should We Go For it?

Posted by keithwu on Jul 24, 2017
Sexually transmitted infections lead to sexually transmitted diseases. If you’re having unprotected sex with someone whom you barely know, then your chances of obtaining an STD are high. However, they will be even higher if you’re leading a sexually active life where you’re having sex with many different people on a regular basis. Sometimes people go through this phase in their lives when they’re dating different people and trying to test the waters to see who is the right one for them. The problem is these waters can leave a person with an STI or STD while they’re looking for the right one. Regardless of how many people you’re having sex with, you should get your blood tested on a regular basis by your primary care doctor. That way, if you do have an infection or disease, you can treat ...more>>

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