whats one after the other? That is very atypical for Herpes 1. Interesting. Keep a healthy diet, stay out of the sun and tanning booths, stop eating nuts (Which I hear doesn;t really matter but try it), and maybe use an electric shaver instead of a blade to prevent scrapping the area with a blade..
Well i get like 2 to 3 cold sores in every outbreak and it last over a week and i was wondering if valtrex would help?To grace i am a male and i have tried the antivirals for outbreaks when they happens.
well i have tried acyclovir but they only give it too me when i have a outbreak my doctor has yet too give me anything that i would take everyday.so should i ask my doctor about something i should take everyday?
I was told by my doctor that they were cold sores they drew blood and swab a sore and and both came back positive.So what would they put me on everyday?And i will change my info i did not know it said female.
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