One common aspect of the infection is the symptoms such as unpleasant painful blisters which can be treated with ointments, which, when applied, reduce the spread of the blisters and shield them from bursting into bleeding ulcers. The infected can prevent the blisters from spreading by keeping their genitals clean and dry. Other noticeable herpes symptoms include irritable red bumps in and around the genital area, buttocks, anus, thighs, cervix, or where the infection is located. There are other symptoms that might be quite hard to notice and this includes symptoms such as sores and blisters on and inside the mouth, the symptoms can easily infect another individual during oral sex or mouth to mouth contact.
Herpes symptoms are uncomfortable, painful, and often unsightly and cannot be easily concealed. They can also be the cause of regular genital pains, urinary infections, vaginal discharge fever and muscle and groin aches and discomfort. The symptoms are apparent in the genital areas of both men and women. They may show for some weeks and then disappear. As much as the disease is incurable the symptoms can easily be controlled and treated. Doctors have prescriptions that ensure the symptoms are suppressed and an adjustment in the infected person’s diet would also prove helpful.
A healthy diet will boost the infected person’s immunity system and the body will be able to produce antibodies that will curb the virus and prevent it from replicating.
An individual can be infected with the HSV-1 and HSV-2 types of herpes virus but treatment for both is almost similar. Anti-viral medications can be bought to suppress the infection. The medication can only be used during the outbreak and some can be used to lessen the outbreaks. Doctors are working on vaccines that will reduce the rate at which the disease is being contracted by protecting individuals from easy contraction of the herpes simplex virus. First symptoms are more often than not serious than subsequent symptoms.
With time, the herpes symptoms become mild and they might get to zero levels where the infected will have no outbreaks at all. This will be reinforced if the infected adheres to the prescribed medications and maintains a healthy lifestyle. A healthy diet will reinforce the immunity of the infected. The infected is also advised to avoid stress as stress triggers the virus and it might have the virus reactivate with the symptoms which are quite uncomfortable