Genital herpes treatment

Before the first symptom appears, treat and control the outbreak. Prescription drugs may potentially reduce the likelihood of herpes transmission by reducing virus shedding between outbreaks. A doctor or nurse practitioner will collaborate with you to determine whether you need outbreak, suppressive, or intermittent therapy.

Get your first month of treatment free on a quarterly plan, if approved.

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Outbreak & suppressive therapy

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What is genital herpes?

In both men and women, genital herpes creates painful ulcers on and around the genitals, which are caused by the viruses HSV-1 or HSV-2. It's a sexually transmitted infection that affects a lot of people (STI).

Can it be treated?

Yes. To treat and suppress outbreaks as well as limit the danger of transmission, FDA-approved medicine is available. On the platform, a physician or nurse practitioner will answer your treatment questions and design your tailored treatment plan.


Valacyclovir (generic Valtrex)

did you know

Only 20% of people with genital herpes know they have it.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


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