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Herpes - Genital

Genital Herpes is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a virus called herpes simplex. There are of two kinds, HSV1 and HSV 2.The two types affect the anal, mouth, nose, fingers and genital areas.

Herpes, Genital virus gets into the body via the moist soft lining of the vagina, rectum, urethra, foreskin and mouth or any cracks in the skin. Following an infection by the virus, some people experience genital herpes outbreak. The virus then becomes inactive in the body. At this time, the virus does not cause any symptoms and is not infectious. Further outbreaks might occur in some people.

Transmission of the virus occurs after outbreaks:

During anal or vaginal sex
The virus transmitted on close genital contact 
By oral sex from a person having cold sore
An infected hand touching a person's genital and anal areas

Symptoms of herpes outbreaks:

Flu like symptoms such as headache, fever, tiredness, aches and pain on groin and lower back
Tingling ,itching or stinging in the anal and genital area
Pain while urinating
Fluid blisters in the anal, genital , top of thighs and the buttocks

After you notice the symptoms or you suspect that you have the virus, go for medical checkup and if confirmed, get treatment.

Product Category Recommendation: Immune System Protection

Words from our in House Expert:

dr.-dave-bordered.jpgDr. Dave States: Lysine is one of the best enzymes to attack this problem from the inside.  This enzymatic process will start to break down the viral component that once is introduced to the body is typically there.  It shows up in time of stress or exertion to the human body.  Many different ointments are also available to help this problem on the surface, but multiple forms of enzymes need to metabolize this insult to the body.


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