I have tried Valtrex and it works
GREAT. i have type 2, cold sores and as soon as i felt a tingle i
would take the pill and bam it was gone. I loved it.. it never had a
chance to go any further. as well as if I couldn't get to it right
away then it would not let it go any further as well. It was all in
all just great. I could no longer afford it so I am about to try
Famvir and we will see how that goes. I hope good as well.
It is 5 days treatment as apposed to one day. ~X
About Valtrex pills: I saw a post that said flat out, "it doesn't work." I
think that's irresponsible and thoughtless to so definitively state it
doesn't work, because that might be true for some but not all. As far as I'm
concerned, it does help! Valtrex is said to lessen outbreaks by at least 50%.
Go to valtrex.com for more info.
Yes, it's a pharmaceutical site but please don't be a cynic and think
they're just trying to make money. Of course, they are going to want to make
money! But certainly, they are not going to put out a product that hasn't
been researched, tested, and proven to help. The bottom line is, there is no
cure for ANY virus at this time (but they're now working on a vaccine for
herpes, btw). Valtrex is pricey so try to get a coupon from the company.
Just write or call and ask. You never know! ~X
would also like to address the factors that have been attributable to my
outbreaks with the hope in mind you can avoid these and hence, an outbreak.
For one, I have found that after a bout with an extremely stressful
situation, a couple days later, Boom! I get a herpes outbreak. Also, the sun can trigger
outbreaks, especially of HSV1. Your diet should be kept as healthy as
possible and if no other supplements are taken, I highly recommend you at
least take a quality multivitamin and a garlic supplement. Yes, garlic! They
make non-odorous types and garlic is also miraculous. Ingesting it naturally
is better but no one will want to get too close to you! :) By "quality," I
mean from a health food store, not grocery or drug stores, please. Even
better, if you know of a "natural" doctor, he/she will carry multiple
vitamins that are of very high quality but of course, much more pricey. Your
local "real" health food store is your best bet. ~X