Coping with Herpes
About Genital Herpes
Herpes is transmitted from person to person through intimate contact: oral, genital, or anal. Kissing, sharing towels, or touching infected areas and then touching your own body can also pass on the infection. Women with genital herpes may have breakouts deep in the vagina where the open sores cannot be seen or felt. Someone with herpes is at their most contagious when the sores are visible, however an infected person may be contagious at any time. A person without infection has a 75% chance of contracting herpes during intimate contact with someone who harbors the infection. By reading the herpes blitz protocol reviews people can get and idea of what medicine to use to help fight it back.
During outbreaks of genital herpes, the infection can be spread to other parts of the body by using the same towel to dry off the entire body.
Stress and triggers can bring on a bout of herpes. For women, fatigue, menstruation, or illness can cause outbreaks to develop. The nature of herpes often leads to depression and an overall gloomy outlook on life. If the mental state does not improve, it becomes another trigger for more outbreaks and a vicious circle begins of depression followed by an outbreak.