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What are the symptoms of Herpes I & II

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In many cases, an individual infected with Herpes I or It will have no knowledge of the infection and display no symptoms or very mild symptoms. This is why undergoing STD testing regularly is so important. Not only can Herpes potentially cause some health complications, but having an undetected infection makes it more likely that a person will unknowingly spread the disease to others. The only reliable way to accurately determine whether or not you have a Herpes infection is to undergo an easy check for the disease.

Herpes I

Most people will Herpes simplex I display no symptoms. For those that do, the common symptoms of Herpes I that may be present are painful sores around the mouth and flu-like symptoms, including swollen glands, fever, muscle ache, and headache.Symptoms may begin to present themselves anywhere from 2 to 12 days after an exposure.

Herpes II

Common symptoms of Herpes simplex II that may be present are painful sores around the genitals, painful urination or difficulty urinating, and flu-like symptoms, including swollen glands, fever, muscle ache, and headache. Symptoms may begin to present themselves anywhere from 2 to 12 days after an exposure.

What are the risks associated with Herpes I & II

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When left untreated, Herpes infections are not life-threatening but can lead to a few health problems. Having an untreated Herpes infection increases an individual’s chances of contracting HIV or other STDs. A Herpes infection can weaken the immune system which may lead to other ailments. In pregnant women, Herpes can cause miscarriage or premature labor, and if the infection is spread to the child, brain damage, blindness, and even death of the infant can occur. It is crucial to undergo regular STD checks for Herpes as a part of your routine sexual health practices. Even though there is no cure for Herpes, identifying an infection can prevent the spread of the virus. With the potential risks involved with an undetected infection, it is very important to be sure you know your status. Don’t take a chance with your health, get checked today with us.

How does getting tested for Herpes I & II

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Getting checked for Herpes is a very easy process. Our Herpes I & IIscreening involves no uncomfortable swabbing or undressing. Simply place your order and bring a copy to one of our certified lab centers. No preparation is needed so there is no need to fast or do anything beforehand. When getting checked for Herpes, you will only need to submit a blood sample. We use this sample to complete a CDC-recommended type specific Herpes test, which screens for antibodies to both Herpes type I and type II viruses in your blood, indicating an infection. This screening can differentiate between the two different strains of the Herpes virus. Your results will be available to you in as little as three days. If your results are positive, you will have a consultation with a member of our clinical team to plan your next course of action and, if appropriate, treatment will be prescribed.

What are the treatment options for Herpes I & II ?

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While there is no vaccine or cure for Herpes, it can be effectively managed with proper medical treatment. Once a Herpes infection has been identified, one of our physicians or a referred specialist in your area will guide you on your treatment plan.It is very important that you follow all the specific medical instructions. Be sure that not only are you receiving the appropriate treatment, but that any infected sexual partners are additionally being treated for the disease as well.

Herpes I

Oral herpes outbreaks can be effectively treated and managed with FDA approved antiviral creams and pills. These treatment methods are most effective if the early symptoms of an outbreak are quickly recognized and action is taken before the appearance of the sores.

Herpes II

Proper treatment for Herpes type II is typically a combination of antiviral medicines that can manage the symptoms. These antiviral treatments can control outbreaks or slow down the replication of the virus. Treatments can be used to alleviate symptoms during an outbreak, which is considered episodic treatment, and also to suppress outbreaks altogether, which is called suppressive therapy. The CDC estimates that 20% of individuals that contract the disease have no idea they are infected. The first step to treatment is always detection, which can only be done through STD screening.

Herpes II Genital In Men

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Genital herpes is caused by the Herpes simplex II virus. It is one of the most common STDs affecting men, with about 1 in 9 men between the ages of 14 and 49 being infected. However, these are only the detected cases taken into consideration. An estimated 90% of men that are infected with herpes are unaware of their infection, making it easy to spread the disease to partners without any knowledge. The reason that most men that are infected with the virus are unaware of it is because typically men do not display any symptoms. Common symptoms of Herpes simplex II in men that may be present are painful sores around the penis and genital area, painful urination or difficulty urinating, and flu-like symptoms, including swollen glands, fever, muscle ache, and headache. Symptoms may begin to present themselves anywhere from 2 to 12 days after an exposure. Testing is the only way to know for certain whether or not you are infected with Herpes. Testing for men is easy and only requires a blood sample. If the results are positive, there are ways to manage Herpes infections. Treatment of Herpes II in men is typically with antiviral medications and can be used to suppress outbreaks and treat them when they occur.

Herpes II Genital In Women

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Genital herpes is caused by the Herpes simplex II virus. It is one of the most common STDs affecting men, with about 1 in 5 women between the ages of 14 and 49 being infected. However, these are only the detected cases taken into consideration. An estimated 90% of women that are infected with herpes are unaware of their infection, making it easy to spread the disease to partners without any knowledge. The reason that most women that are infected with the virus are unaware of it is because typically women do not display any symptoms. Common symptoms of Herpes simplex II in women that may be present are painful sores around the vagina and genital area, painful urination or difficulty urinating, and flu-like symptoms, including swollen glands, fever, muscle ache, and headache. Symptoms may begin to present themselves anywhere from 2 to 12 days after an exposure. Testing is the only way to know for certain whether or not you are infected with Herpes. Testing for women is easy and only requires a blood sample. If the results are positive, there are ways to manage Herpes infections. Treatment of Herpes II in women is typically with antiviral medications and can be used to suppress outbreaks and treat them when they occur.

Herpes I & II Cases In Men

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Genital herpes is caused by the Herpes simplex II virus. It is one of the most common STDs affecting men, with about 1 in 9 men between the ages of 14 and 49 being infected. However, these are only the detected cases taken into consideration. An estimated 90% of men that are infected with herpes are unaware of their infection, making it easy to spread the disease to partners without any knowledge. The reason that most men that are infected with the virus are unaware of it is because typically men do not display any symptoms. Common symptoms of Herpes simplex II in men that may be present are painful sores around the penis and genital area, painful urination or difficulty urinating, and flu-like symptoms, including swollen glands, fever, muscle ache, and headache. Symptoms may begin to present themselves anywhere from 2 to 12 days after an exposure. Testing is the only way to know for certain whether or not you are infected with Herpes. Testing for men is easy and only requires a blood sample. If the results are positive, there are ways to manage Herpes infections. Treatment of Herpes II in men is typically with antiviral medications and can be used to suppress outbreaks and treat them when they occur.

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