Genital Herpes – Cure The Symptoms Or Cure The Herpes

October 29, 2009 by admin 

Genital Herpes is highly contagious. You can infect your sexual partner even if you do not have any blisters on your genitals. And once you infect someone, if you continue to have unprotected sex with them, they can in turn, like a good neighbor, re-infect you with a different, mutated strain of the same virus. The only way to break this vicious cycle is to ALWAYS protect yourself during sex. Statistics have shown that the number of new infectees are getting younger and younger every year. They are also shown to be more sexually prolific. Young boys and girls (under 18 years of age) are consistently being infected and re-infected at alarming rates.Protect yourself by always using latex condoms during sex regardless of how long you have known your sexual partner and regardless of whether you have been told that you are in a monogamous relationship or not. Monogamy takes two…if you are the only one who is being monogamous, then you are setting yourself up for not only genital herpes…but HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis and a whole host of other diseases which are spread through the exchange of bodily fluids.The only 100% sure-fire way to protect yourself from a sexually transmitted disease is, of course, to not have sex…but for many, that is not an option. And even if it has not been an option for you up to this point in your life…it may be worth considering as a future guarantee that you will not be infected with Genital Herpes or any other sexually transmitted disease.If you choose to remain sexually active and stray from your resolve to use condoms (even once), then do what you have to do to ensure that your body can fight off infection.

Flood your body, cells and tissues with life-giving oxygen so that disease can never breed in your body.All major scientific breakthroughs go through three stages. First they are ridiculed, then violently opposed, then they are accepted as being self-evident all along.


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