All you need to know about genital herpes treatments
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HERPES GENITAL TREATMENTS
All around the world, about 16 percent of people between the ages of 14 and 19 years old are suffering from genital herpes. It is a sexually transmitted Diseases (STD). This SDT provokes hepatic swelling which is painful blisters (fluid-filled bumps) that can break open and ooze fluid. Even though the symptom is no visible it may be contagious.
There's no cure for genital herpes, but medications can ease symptoms and reduce the risk of infecting others. Condoms also can help prevent the spread of genital herpes infection.
Read till the end to know more about the symptom, causes, and genital herpes treatments.
GENITAL HERPES CAUSES
There are two genres of herpes that can cause genital herpes such as:
- HSV-1, which usually causes cold sores
- HSV-2, which usually causes genital herpes
The viruses enter the body through mucous membranes. The mucous membranes are the thin layers of tissue that line the openings of your body.
They can be found in your nose, mouth, and genitals.
Once the viruses are inside, they integrate themselves into your cells and then stay in the nerve cells of your pelvis. Viruses tend to multiply or adapt to their environments very easily, which makes treating them difficult.
HSV-1 or HSV-2 can be found in people’s bodily fluids, including :
- Vaginal secretions
SYMPTOMS OF GENITAL HERPES
At the early-stage genital herpes is asymptomatic, but after 12 days the virus appears clearly. Among the symptoms we have:
General symptoms for those with a penis include blisters on the :
- Buttocks (near or around the anus)
General symptoms for those with a vagina include blisters around or near the :
General symptoms for anyone include the following :
- Blisters may appear in the mouth and on the lips, face, and anywhere else that came into contact with areas of infection.
- The area that has contracted the condition often starts to itch, or tingle, before blisters actually appear.
- A crust may appear over the sores within a week of the outbreak.
- Your lymph glands may become swollen. Lymph glands fight infection and inflammation in the body.
- You may have headaches, body aches, and fever.
General symptoms for a baby born with herpes (contracted through a vaginal delivery) may include ulcers on the face, body, and genitals.
Babies who are born with genital herpes can develop very severe complications and experience :
- Brain damage
It’s very important that you tell your doctor if you contract genital herpes and are pregnant.
They will take precautions to prevent the virus from being transmitted to your baby during delivery, with one likely method being that your baby would be delivered via cesarean rather than a routine vaginal delivery.
GENITAL HERPES TREATMENTS
Medically there is no vaccine against genital herpes, but doctors can prescribe some antibiotics to reduce the pain.
A natural remedy and home care
All hope is not lost thanks to traditional medicine; a natural herbal tea has been found to definitely cure the sickness. It is purely natural made from medicinal plants and leaves. It has been proven effective and has no side effects. People have been testifying about it. For more information about our natural remedy kindly click on the link below:
Use mild cleansers when bathing or showering in warm water. Keep the affected site clean and dry. Wear loose cotton clothing to keep the area comfortable.
GENITAL HERPES PREVENTION
The suggestions for preventing genital herpes are the same as those for preventing other sexually transmitted infections: Abstain from sexual activity or limit sexual contact to only one person who is infection-free. Short of that, you can :
- Use, or have your partner use, a latex condom during every sexual contact
- Avoid intercourse if either partner has an outbreak of herpes in the genital area or anywhere else
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