Genital Herpes

Definition of Genital Herpes:

A sexually-transmitted disease.  Symptoms include itching, burning in the genital area and discomfort while urinating, and a watery vaginal or urethral discharge.  A weeping vesicular (blister-like) eruption in the vagina or on the penis is an early sign.

Also: Herpes Type 2

Topics Related to Genital Herpes

Encephalitis

...the condition
“...There are two distinct types of the herpes simplex virus: HSV-1 (which tends to cause oral herpes) and HSV-2 (which usually causes genital herpes).  HSV-1 is the culprit in most adult cases of herpes encephalitis, while both types can cause encephalitis in infants...”

Herpes Simplex Type II

...the condition
“...Genital herpes is one of the leading sexually-contracted diseases...”
...recommendation Ozone / Oxidative Therapy
“Dr. H. Konrad of Brazil published his results in treating genital herpes.  Out of 20 patients, all but 3 cleared and stayed in remission after ozone injections during the 2.5 year follow-up period.”

HIV/AIDS

...relationship to Herpes Simplex Type II
“About 80% of people with HIV are also infected with genital herpes.  Those infected with both HIV and HSV are likely to have more frequent, serious and long-lasting outbreaks of herpes.”
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