Double your defense against Cold Sore outbreaks with prescription antivirals that reduce the frequency and severity of symptoms. Oral herpes—a.k.a. Cold Sores—caused by the Herpes Simplex Virus, are blisters that form around the mouth. Outbreaks sometimes consist of just one Cold Sore, but often produce a cluster of painful ulcers. Experiencing several herpes outbreaks a year or more typically depends on the total number of previous outbreaks, as well as how quickly an antiviral (Valacyclovir or Acyclovir) is administered.
Cold sores are common. But outbreaks are easily decreased in intensity and duration with antiviral medication. We prescribe FDA approved meds based on the frequency and severity of symptoms.
—Dr Mary Clifton
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