DR. AKINTUNDE SPECIALIST IN THE TREATMENT AND TOTAL CURE OF ALL KIND OF HERPES VIRUSES
What is Genital Herpes?
A common sexually transmitted infection marked by genital pain and sores.Caused by the herpes simplex virus, the disease can affect both men and women.Common Symptoms of Genital HerpesGenital herpes is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. It is caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV). Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) is more often the cause of cold sores or fever blisters. But it can also be a genital herpes.Most people with genital herpes don't know they have it. That's because in most people it produces either no symptoms or very mild ones. Even though you can still pass the infection, you may never notice that you have symptoms from an HSV infection. On the other hand, you might notice symptoms within a few days to a couple of weeks after the initial contact. Or, you might not have an initial outbreak of symptoms until months or even years after becoming infected.When symptoms occur soon after a person is infected, they tend to be severe. They may start as small blisters that eventually break open and produce raw, painful sores that scab and heal over within a few weeks. The blisters and sores may be accompanied by flu-like symptoms with fever and swollen lymph nodes. What Happens in an HSV Infection? Genital herpes virus is passed from one person to another through sexual contact. This happens even if the person with the virus doesn't have symptoms or signs of infection.Once the virus enters through the skin, it travels along nerve paths. It may become dormant (inactive) in the nerves and remain there indefinitely.From time to time, the virus may become active. When that happens, the virus travels back along the nerve path to the surface of the skin, where additional virus is shed. Symptoms come and go. One day you're fine, but the next you may be too tired to get out of bed. Lots of things can affect the way you feel, at this point the virus may cause an outbreak of symptoms. Or it may remain undetected. In either case, the active virus is easily passed from one partner to another through sexual contact, Even wearing a condom may not protect the uninfected partner. The virus can be present on skin that remains uncovered. The number of recurrences or outbreaks a person can have may vary. Any of the following symptoms of a genital HSV infection can occur in a man or a woman, Cracked, raw, or red areas around your genitals without pain, itching, or tinglingItching or tingling around your genitals or your anal regionSmall blisters that break open and cause painful sores. These may be on or around your genitals (penis or vagina) or on your buttocks, thighs, or rectal area. More rarely, blisters may occur inside the urethra -- the tube urine passes through on its way out of your body. Pain from urine passing over the sores -- this is especially a problem in women.
HERBAL MEDICINE AND THE HERPES VIRUS.
Several herbal medicines have been shown effective and safe for treatment of patients with herpes simplex in clinical trials, most notably lemon balm, sage, Chinese rhubarb, propolis, and tea tree. These antiviral herbs and roots are natural, and well prepare to eradicate this virus from the inside and the herbal medicine clear all symptoms of this virus from your body system in weeks with no more outbreak.