Genital Herpes

1,616 members with Genital Herpes

Genital herpes is an infection caused by the herpes simplex virus. Mostly transmitted by sexual contact, genital herpes is usually a silent, chronic infection that is punctuated by flare-ups. These flare-ups involve the development of painful, cold-sore like lesions on the genitals that can last for 2-3 weeks. Genital herpes is not cureable, but can usually be controlled with anti-viral medications.

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Name Patients Severity
Aciclovir 50% Moderate
Valaciclovir 43% Moderate
Lysine 7% Moderate
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