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Cold Sores Tablets & Medications

Cold Sores Tablets and Medications

Treatment for STI's

Cold sores are a Herpes based infection which affects both males and females.  Cold Sores often appear near the lips and mouth area in the form of blisters or rashes.  This infection can easily be passed on if not treated correctly and as quick as possible.  

Cold Sores Tablets and Medications

Treatment for STI's

Cold sores are a Herpes based infection which affects both males and females.  Cold Sores often appear near the lips and mouth area in the form of blisters or rashes.  This infection can easily be passed on if not treated correctly and as quick as possible.  

What is a Cold Sore?

Cold Sores are a very common virus caused by HSV (herpes simplex virus). Cold sores usually appear around the mouth region causing you to develop blisters and irritated skin around the mouth and lips. Cold sores are diagnosed as HSV-1 which includes all types of oral Herpes. HSV-2 is more common with genital herpes and can affect the genital area as well as the rectum.  Both viruses can cause noticeable discomfort and sores on the infected skin area.  The initial cold sore break can be painful and leave blisters around the mouth area, it is important not to panic and seek immediate medical attention or medication. 

 

Yes Cold sores can be transmitted from one person to another by close contact such as kissing or oral sex. A Cold sore can be transmitted by an infected party and lie dormant in a patient for some until it is triggered, some of these triggers include: Fever, trauma to the infected area, Menstruation cycles, Other viruses or infections.

 

What precautions should I take?

There are several ways to keep the virus at bay and not make it worse touching or trying to pick the sore will make it worse.  When applying any kind of ointment onto the area be sure to dab and not to massage into the skin. Make sure to wash hands after touching the infected area with a strong anti-bacterial soap. If sunlight is aggravating the sore, use sun protection. Be sure not to rub your eye immediately after touching the infected are as this can cause severe eye infections.

 

What is the treatment for Cold Sore?

There is currently no known cure for Cold Sores or Herpes, once a patient has contracted the virus it can stay dormant in your body and may never show signs of outbreaks.  However there is medication which can supress the symptoms and decrease any outbreaks you may experience.   Medicnies2u offer a fast and effective antibiotic which can alleviate any symptoms or outbreaks you may be experiencing.