Thursday, January 15, 2009

how long do blisters last in an initial oral herpes outbreak

how long do blisters last in an initial oral herpes outbreak?

Short answer: every Herpes outbreak is different and depends on a variety of variables including the strength of the individual's immune system.

Some initial oral herpes outbreaks last a few days while some extend into a few weeks.

While there is no way to cure Herpes or to prevent another outbreak from happening, there are ways to combat the symptoms of Herpes.

If you have Herpes, appearing as either cold sores, or genital Herpes, please take a few minutes and learn about Viralprin. Viralprin is safe, all-natural and contains ingredients which have been proven to be effective in alleviating the symptoms of Herpes in addition to helping booster the immune system. The stronger the immune system, the less likely you are to have another outbreak.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

My boyfriend has Herpes II, and took Generic Valtrex for 12 weeks. Before he had outbreaks once or twice a month. Since he started this treatment, his symptoms have stopped. He stopped taking it over a month ago and hasn’t had an outbreak since.