Let’s say you have an infected male and an uninfected female.If they avoid sex during outbreaks, don’t use condoms regularly, and don’t take antiviral therapy every day, the risk of tranmission is about 10% per year.But if you add condoms, it reduces transmission about about 50%, if he takes Valtrex 500 mg once a day, he can reduce transmission also by about 50%. If it is a woman infected with HSV 2 having sex with an uninfected male, given the circumstances listed above again, then the transmission rate is about 4% prior to the interventions of condoms and Valtrex.
It took many failed attempts and much trial and error but I am now 100% sure that There is some Good and some Very Bad advice on the Internet. This toxic substance is a food supplement but when taken in excessive amounts has caused deaths.
There are more effective and, needless to say, much safer ways to cure herpes outbreaks.
Yet you will find several forum posts about how great BHT is as a herpes treatment.
Lots of people ask me how likely it is that they will either contract or transmit a genital herpes (HSV 2) infection to a sexual partner, so I thought I would address that in today’s blog.
The first tool in reducing transmission rates is knowing whether herpes is even in a relationship!
If two people have no idea that one of them is infected, they can’t begin to reduce the risk of transmitting the infection because they don’t know there is anything to be concerned about!
So testing for genital herpes is the first step – finding out who is infected and who is not.
I hope this is helpful for those of you wondering about how likely it is that you might infect someone else or get infected yourself.
Terri Terri Warren, RN, ANP, is the owner of Westover Heights Clinic in Portland, Ore., a private clinic specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases.
I used to experience, shame, anxiety, despair and almost panic attacks during my first herpes outbreaks.
As a herbalist and alternative treatment specialist, I made the decision very early on to get over herpes no matter what my doctor and gynaecologist said.