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Dosage of Streptokill for herpes
Herpes should be treated with Streptokill as often as possible, with care if using the oral applicator so that none of the Strptokill comes into contact with the patient's eyes. If this should happen, immediately rinse the affected eye with clean water. In the case of increased sensitivity, dilute Streptokill with water in a ratio of 1:3.
If you decide to dilute Streptokill, make only the amount necessary for immediate use. An excessive amount would be wasted, as Streptokill oxidizes and loses some of its healing properties over time is kept in an open or large container, and thus would lose some of its effectiveness.
Herpes is widely recognized viral disease caused by virus Herpes Simplex, which is divided in two sub-groups: HSV1 and HSV2. The former is primarily transmitted by an exchange of saliva and its symptoms occur mostly around mouth and lips. The latter is transmitted by coitus. Symptoms are visible on the outer genitals for men, and on the vulva and inside the vagina for women.
What herpes looks like:
Before the symptoms of herpes become visible, an itchy or burning feeling occurs in the affected area for about a day. At first, the visible symptoms are small, reddish blisters, which slowly fill with liquid. Some people experience stronger pain than others. Herpes blisters can often burst. After several days, the blisters become covered by scabs and slowly begin to disappear. Herpes may also be accompanied by other symptoms such as a slight fever, fatigue, and swollen nodes.
How to beat herpes:
The healing process for herpes is difficult. The virus itself remains in our bodies forever once we are infected; but with proper treatment, the occurrence of symptoms can be minimized. There are various creams and gels for direct application onto the skin, best done at the first sign of symptoms, which are readily available over the counter. There are also medications which you doctor may prescribe. For those whose experience more intense pain in tandem with herpes symptoms, pain-numbing medications are recommended. These methods are only able to shorted the length of necessary treatment.
Herpes blisters tend to be contagious from their first appearance, and continue to be so until scab is formed to cover them. The best method of prevention is limiting your contact with any person affected by herpes. It is recommended to refrain from using the same towels, kitchen utensils and toothbrushes. It is good to wash your hands often, so that the herpes cannot be transferred to other parts of the body, as well as to avoid stress, which has a negative impact on the immune system and consequently promotes the forming of herpes blisters.