Herpes simplex is a viral infectious disease of inflammatory type, characterized by skin lesions consist of small vesicles grouped in bunches and surrounded by a red ring.
It is caused by the herpes simplex virus, o virus herpes hominis, Type I (VHS 1) affecting face, lips, mouth and upper body, and Type II (VHS 2) that occurs most frequently in genital and lower body. Currently there is no cure for herpes.
However there are several forms of treatment available to reduce symptoms and speed the healing process of injuries, after which the virus persists latently in the body until the next recurrence of active episode. The exchange must be distinguished herpes simplex herpes zoster is a totally different disease entity.
How Herpes is spread?
The herpes simplex virus may be in the ulcers caused and released from the same, between outbreaks but the virus can also be released through the skin that does not seem affected or has no ulcerations. Generally, a person can only be infected with HSV-II during sex with someone who has HSV-II genital. Transmission can occur from an infected partner who does not have a visible sore and may not know they are infected.
Type I is only responsible, about, of 5 to the 10% genital herpes, although both viruses can be transmitted by sexual contact. The initial oral herpes infection usually occurs in childhood and is not classified as a sexually transmitted disease. The 80% of the adult population is a candidate to carry the HSV-1 and may have acquired a non-sexual way.
How to treat a herpes infection?
Really there is no treatment that completely eliminates body, HSV (Virus Herpes Simple), since once the virus enters a body, always remain in an inactive form with relapses-recurrences- occasional. There are medications that can reduce the frequency of herpes episodes that appear, the duration of these and the damage they cause.
Prophylactic treatment is important to the appearance of outbreaks, contribute to the recovery is quick and that other people are not contagious:
There are treatments for herpes under the category of drugs often have side effects but.
Contains an antiviral developed and published in patent 46 countries.
MECHANISM COMBINED ACTION
1. Blocks adhesion of herpes
2. Decreases the ability of herpes replication
3. Increases key indicators of the immune system
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