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Genital Herpes Treatment

It's easy to feel out of control when you have genital herpes. You can't predict when a breakout will happen, which can be much more stressful than the breakout itself. But valacyclovir, an antiviral pill you can take orally, can help keep your pimples from returning. And try to avoid going to the doctor while you're at it.

Genital Herpes

Why Zestomen?

Respect the privacy of your personal matters.

Your discussions with medical professionals on our system will be kept confidential. Furthermore, your medication will be delivered in standard Zestomen discreet packaging, accompanied by instructions for medicine usage.

Convenience is king.

With Zestomen, there's no need for doctor visits or pharmacy trips to get a prescription. Your treatment will be discreetly and swiftly delivered to your doorstep.

Stay safe.

If you're concerned about possible side effects or experience any while using Valacyclovir, you can contact us. Remember that any medication prescribed by a doctor may have side effects.

Important Safety Tips.

Valacyclovir (Generic for VALTREX®) for Genital Herpes Treatment: Important Safety Information.

What is the most vital information I should know about the use of valacyclovir to treat genital herpes?

  • Valacyclovir can be used to treat genital herpes as either an Episodic Therapy or a Suppressive Therapy.
  • Episodic Therapy is when valacyclovir is taken for a single outbreak as it occurs. Valacyclovir is typically administered within one day of discovering a genital lesion or at the first sign of prodromal symptoms (tingling, itching, or burning) that precede some epidemics. This form of treatment can expedite the healing of herpes lesions.
  • Suppressive Therapy is the daily administration of valacyclovir. People who experience frequent or severe recurrences or who wish to reduce the risk of transmission to a sexual partner who does not have genital herpes are frequently prescribed suppressive therapy.
  • Valacyclovir does not cure genital herpes. No cure exists for genital herpes.
  • Valacyclovir used daily (SUPPRESSIVE THERAPY) in conjunction with safer sex practices can reduce (but not eliminate) the risk of transmitting genital herpes to a partner.
  • Do not engage in sexual activity with your partner if you are experiencing any herpes symptoms or outbreaks.
  • Always use a latex or polyurethane condom when engaging in sexual activity.
  • Do not take valacyclovir to treat genital herpes if you:

  • Have never been diagnosed with genital herpes by a healthcare professional in person.
  • Are hypersensitive to valacyclovir, acyclovir, or any ingredient in the formulation of valacyclovir.
  • Are allergic to it or if you have a history of allergic reactions to acyclovir or any other ingredients in Valacyclovir.
  • Have kidney problems or a weakened immune system, as prescriber may need to adjust the dosage or recommend an alternative treatment.
  • If you have any of the following symptoms, you should talk to a doctor in person about getting treatment for your genital herpes:

  • Not older than 18 years.
  • Having a baby or feeding a baby.
  • Either HIV or AIDS.
  • Kidney or liver trouble.
  • History of a transplant of bone marrow or a transplant of a kidney.
  • Transverse myelitis or aseptic encephalitis.
  • Problem holding your urine in.
  • Widespread herpes simplex virus.
  • History of seizure disorder.
  • What are the less common but still scary side effects that I should tell my doctor about right away?

  • Any sign that you might be allergic.
  • Changes in your mood or the way you behave.
  • Not sure what to do.
  • Hard time talking.
  • Seizures.
  • Bruising or bleeding, urine that looks dark, face or eyes that look yellow.
  • A lot of tiredness or weakness.
  • Having trouble peeing or seeing blood in the urine.
  • Hallucinations.
  • What will happen when I stop taking valacyclovir to keep genital herpes under control?

    Once you stop this treatment, you may get genital herpes outbreaks as often as you did before you took valacyclovir to control them. Even if you don't have an attack, you may also see more viruses leaving your body. This could make it more likely that you will give your sexual partner the herpes virus.

    Please read what's below about the Varicella Virus Vaccine and the Zoster Vaccine

  • Varicella Virus Vaccine: Don't take valacyclovir 24 hours before getting the varicella vaccine, and don't take it for 14 days after getting the vaccine.
  • Zoster Vaccine (Live/Attenuated): Stop taking valtrex at least 24 hours before and 14 days after getting a live attenuated zoster vaccine.
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