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When it comes to our health, there are some things that are easier to talk about than others. In the case of STDs like genital herpes, the social stigma attached to the condition can make a person feel embarrassed to talk about it even with their doctors. Fortunately, the internet has made it significantly easier for people seeking diagnosis or treatment of STDs to discreetly consult with a doctor in the privacy of their own homes.

 

What Is Genital Herpes and How Does It Spread?

Genital herpes is a contagious disease caused by a Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV. There are two types of HSV (HSV-1 and HSV-2), but most cases of genital herpes are caused by HSV-2. Unlike cases of oral herpes where HSV-1 causes sores around the lips and mouth, genital herpes causes sores around the genital and/or rectal areas. Some sores may be found in other places on the lower half of the body, but this is uncommon.

Difference from Oral Herpes

While oral herpes can be spread by kissing, sharing utensils, or other kinds of oral contact with contaminated surfaces, genital herpes is primarily spread by genital contact during sexual activity. Genital herpes in men is typically only transmitted by sex, though genital herpes in women may also be passed from a pregnant mother to her baby via vaginal childbirth. 

 

How Can I Tell if I Have Genital Herpes?

The only way to know for sure whether or not you have genital herpes is to speak with a doctor and receive a proper diagnosis. Symptoms can begin within roughly 2-12 days after contact with the virus, but they also may not occur at all. In the latter case, although symptoms are absent, the person is still a carrier of the virus and can spread genital herpes to others.

Genital Herpes Symptoms

  • Genital pain or tenderness
  • Itching
  • Small white blisters or red bumps on the genitals or rectum
  • Ulcers (open sores that may bleed or ooze)
  • Pain during urination (possibly due to ulcers)
  • Scabs/crusty areas

 

Common Genital Herpes Treatments and Medications

Although there is no genital herpes cure, there are several antiviral medications available that have been used to reduce the frequency and duration of outbreaks, mitigate the discomfort of herpes genital symptoms, and even reduce the risk of transmission to others. Two such medications are Acyclovir (Zovirax) and Valacyclovir (Valtrex).

 

CallonDoc Provides Expert STD Help from the Comfort and Privacy of Home

If you’re seeking easy, discreet treatment for genital herpes, we can help! Call On Doc is a telemedicine company offering easy online consultations with virtual doctors. You’ll be seen by a real doctor who can write prescriptions, authorize refills, and provide guidance just like at a standard in-person doctor visit. No appointments or insurance required! Need treatment for genital herpes right now? Request an online consultation right from our website.

 

Std symptoms overlap making it difficult to diagnose a particular infection based on symptoms alone. Although we don't require testing to treat you today, you should still get a test of cure after completing treatment

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Genital Herpes Medications Online

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Step 1:

Health questions cover your symptoms and pharmacy information

Step 2:

Our medical providers review your consultation within 2 hours

Step 3:

If we approve, prescription is sent to your pharmacy within 1 to 4 hours

 

When it comes to our health, there are some things that are easier to talk about than others. In the case of STDs like genital herpes, the social stigma attached to the condition can make a person feel embarrassed to talk about it even with their doctors. Fortunately, the internet has made it significantly easier for people seeking diagnosis or treatment of STDs to discreetly consult with a doctor in the privacy of their own homes.

 

What Is Genital Herpes and How Does It Spread?

Genital herpes is a contagious disease caused by a Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV. There are two types of HSV (HSV-1 and HSV-2), but most cases of genital herpes are caused by HSV-2. Unlike cases of oral herpes where HSV-1 causes sores around the lips and mouth, genital herpes causes sores around the genital and/or rectal areas. Some sores may be found in other places on the lower half of the body, but this is uncommon.

Difference from Oral Herpes

While oral herpes can be spread by kissing, sharing utensils, or other kinds of oral contact with contaminated surfaces, genital herpes is primarily spread by genital contact during sexual activity. Genital herpes in men is typically only transmitted by sex, though genital herpes in women may also be passed from a pregnant mother to her baby via vaginal childbirth. 

 

How Can I Tell if I Have Genital Herpes?

The only way to know for sure whether or not you have genital herpes is to speak with a doctor and receive a proper diagnosis. Symptoms can begin within roughly 2-12 days after contact with the virus, but they also may not occur at all. In the latter case, although symptoms are absent, the person is still a carrier of the virus and can spread genital herpes to others.

Genital Herpes Symptoms

  • Genital pain or tenderness
  • Itching
  • Small white blisters or red bumps on the genitals or rectum
  • Ulcers (open sores that may bleed or ooze)
  • Pain during urination (possibly due to ulcers)
  • Scabs/crusty areas

 

Common Genital Herpes Treatments and Medications

Although there is no genital herpes cure, there are several antiviral medications available that have been used to reduce the frequency and duration of outbreaks, mitigate the discomfort of herpes genital symptoms, and even reduce the risk of transmission to others. Two such medications are Acyclovir (Zovirax) and Valacyclovir (Valtrex).

 

CallonDoc Provides Expert STD Help from the Comfort and Privacy of Home

If you’re seeking easy, discreet treatment for genital herpes, we can help! Call On Doc is a telemedicine company offering easy online consultations with virtual doctors. You’ll be seen by a real doctor who can write prescriptions, authorize refills, and provide guidance just like at a standard in-person doctor visit. No appointments or insurance required! Need treatment for genital herpes right now? Request an online consultation right from our website.

 

Std symptoms overlap making it difficult to diagnose a particular infection based on symptoms alone. Although we don't require testing to treat you today, you should still get a test of cure after completing treatment

We do NOT share or sell personal medical information 

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