I contracted oral herpes over 2 years ago, and had very persistant outbreaks until about 8 or 9 months ago. From pills to creams to home remedies. Take L-lysine 1 tablet daily and try to avoid sudden drops in temperature, excessive sun or wind. Kate October 1, at I used Lysine, Zovirax, and those god-awful patches, which do nothing to hide the monstrosity but are good at night, and my GP prescribed tablets also.
After buying your book I decided next time I felt the telltale signs I would try your tricks although the thought scared me.
Seattle, Washington, US Posts: Kasey October 1, at I used sterile tuberculin syringes to pop them, drained them with a q-tip, applied the acetone and then tea tree oil. Anywhere from 60 to 90 percent of us carry herpes simplex 1, probably as a result of childhood infection.
The manufacturer's product labeling should always be consulted for a list of side effects most frequently appearing in patients during clinical studies. So instead of ignoring the pain or tingling I try to focus on it.
I tried it last night but, unfortunately the liquid filled bumps where already there, but this morning when I woke up, the blisters had scabs already!
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Take a moment to let that sink in! I hadn't heard about using Sudocrem so I'm curious if anyone else has heard of this or is taking the supplement. Iburphone and frozen grapes or clean freezer pack- help swelling 5.
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I agree with you that Lysine and Compeed may help in speeding up healing.
Try to keep liquids drink through a straw etc away from the patch which will mess it up.