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Important and necessary points regarding genital herpes

In the previous articles, we discussed sexually transmitted diseases and examined some of the most common ones and provided methods for their treatment. Another one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases is genital tuberculosis. This disease is very painful and annoying for couples. Today, with the progress of science, no definitive solution has been found for this issue.

Genital herpes in men and women is a sexually transmitted disease for which no definitive treatment has been found yet. cause of disease kind of virus It is similar to the common herpes virus. In fact, these two viruses are from the same family called herpes. In this disease, recurring attacks occur in the form of painful lesions on the skin and mucous membrane of the genital area.

Symptoms of genital herpes:
1- Including small and numerous blisters It is in the genital area. that after Rupture of painful wounds They leave that their recovery is possible at the first appearance of the disease2-4 weeks lead to long Usually The first relapse a few weeks or months later It happens that because the body’s immune system is more prepared this time, the intensity and duration of the relapse is almost always less.
2- Pain and burning especially during urination There is.
3- also feeling Fatigue, fever and prominent lymph nodes it is possible to be available. After the initial recovery, the disease flares up again due to some factors, but usually the complications are rare and the scars usually do not remain.
The virus remains in the body and various conditions such as Weakening of the body’s immunity, stress, anti-cancer drugs, cause the reappearance of wounds but the frequency of reoccurrence gradually decreases during a one-year period. The disease is only a problem in immunocompromised people and babies. For this reason, it is necessary for infected pregnant women to consult a doctor in order to prevent the infection of their baby.

Symptoms of genital herpes:

1- There is a possibility of contamination without symptoms.

2- Creating red bumps, wounds start like this.

3- Sometimes superficial wounds turn into blisters and then the blisters burst.

Transmission and diagnosis:

The secretions of the wounds are full of virus and the transmission takes place through contact with the wounds. It is possible that the common herpes virus (herpes type 1) is transferred to the genital area through wounds in other areas and causes herpes, but this rarely happens and herpes type 2 plays the most important role in causing genital herpes. It is diagnosed by seeing the blisters, but the fluid inside the blisters can be examined in the laboratory.

treatment:

The treatment includes the use of oral antiviral drugs such as acyclovir… There are also topical types of these drugs, but they are not as effective as oral ones. The drug must be prescribed by a doctor. Hand contact with the wounds should be avoided. Disposable gloves can be used to apply topical medications. Sexual intercourse in these stages causes a healthy person to get sick. Currently, several methods are recommended to prevent this disease, but none of these methods can be completely reliable. Most of the affected people have no symptoms or have mild symptoms. Genital herpes attack can be controlled with oral and topical medications.

prevention:

1- The best way to avoid rejection is reasonable and safe sex.
2- When there is a wound or blister, sexual intercourse should be avoided.
3- Avoid going to the swimming pool until complete recovery.
4- If the infection is inactive, especially if there are frequent relapses, a condom should be used.
5- In cases where the mother is infected, the best way to prevent the baby from getting infected is to perform a caesarean section instead of a natural delivery.

February 3, 2012 02:24

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