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Preventing Genital Herpes

Preventing genital herpes is possible with immune enhancers; leep procedure is not the option for treating herpes, but it's good for condyloma. HSV is more commonly transmitted when there are no visible symptoms or lesions. Bear in mind that the infection is passed on by contact with the lesions and the virus can therefore be passed to or from areas not covered by the condom. Thus using condoms for intercourse with your partner will help to reduce the risk somewhat, but the benefit is uncertain. There are some other known methods that can help to avoid catching the virus. Preventing genital herpes is possible with immune enhancers; leep procedure is not the option for treating herpes, but it's good for condyloma.

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Preventing Genital Herpes

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LEEP Procedure, Condyloma

This means that if your partner experiences regular outbreaks of the virus and antiviral medication are taken regularly there is a possibility that you can reduce the chance of catching the infection. There is evidence that regular antiviral medication reduces shedding of the virus, and makes transmission to uninfected partners significantly less likely. Preventing genital herpes is possible with immune enhancers; leep procedure is not the option for treating herpes, but it's good for condyloma.

Other Topics: HPV Treatment, New HPV Vaccine, HPV, HPV Single, Colposcopy HPV, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus HPV, Cervical Cancer and Dysplasia, Pap Smear, Genital Warts

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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