The genital herpes is a sexually transmitted viral disease and affects the skin or mucous membranes of the genitals. It is the most common sexually transmitted viral disease.
There are two types of herpes simplex
type simplex virus-2 (HSV-2)
type simplex-1 viruses (HSV-1)
Symptoms of genital herpes
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Symptoms genitals include the appearance of small, painful blisters filled with clear or yellowish liquid.
Responding genital herpes
The genital herpes cannot be cured. Antiviral medicines can relieve pain and discomfort and heal wounds faster. These drugs help during the first instances of herpes and less the next time. The drugs are used treat herpes is acyclovir, famciclovir and valaciclovir. For continuous relapses, start medicine just started tingling, burning, or itching, or you notice blisters.
People who develop herpes often can get these drugs daily for a period of time. Pregnant women can be treated from herpes during the last month of pregnancy to reduce the likelihood of outbreaks at birth. If there is an outbreak during labor will recommend caesarean section to reduce the possibility of transmission to the baby.