Homeopathic Treatment for Herpes
Herpes is a contagious viral infection that is transmitted through direct contact from person to person. This herpes virus infection can appear in many parts of the body, commonly in the mouth or on the genitals.
Herpes simplex, or oral herpes as the name suggests, leads to cold sores, blisters around the mouth for a short duration of up to 4 to 5 days but needs to be treated if it becomes a recurrent problem.
Genital herpes is transmitted sexually; it could have no symptoms or visible sores or could lead to pain, itching & sores around the genital area. Genital herpes is very painful, and you can have repeated episodes if it remains untreated.
Symptoms of Herpes:
- Cold sores & blisters around the mouth
- Sores on the genitals
- High fever or flu symptoms
- Pain, burning, itch & sensitivity of the skin
- Small red bumps
- Ulcers could form when the blisters burst
- Pain while urinating
- Postherpetic neuralgia (pain continues for weeks after the rash disappears)
Causes and Triggers of Herpes:
Herpes is a contagious virus that spreads through contact from person to person. Oral Herpes simplex or oral herpes is caused by, sharing any eating utensils, or lip balm where you could transmit the virus. Similarly, genital herpes is specific to unprotected sexual activity.
How does Homeopathy Help Herpes?
Homeopathic treatment is safe and natural which can help people with herpes. It relieves pain/fever, reduces the severity, soothes the inflammation, and reduces the frequency of eruptions. It helps to reduce the repeated attacks of sores in the long run and UTIs occurring due to genital herpes. Our method of personalized homeopathic treatment improves the efficiency of the treatment.
Please share your detailed information with our experts which will enable us to identify an appropriate combination of homeopathic medicines to provide you the maximum benefit using homeopathy. Homeopathic medication is taken along with other conventional medicines as they don’t interfere. Achieve Holistic Wellness strongly recommends not to self-medicate.