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Valacyclovir (Valtrex) | HSV2

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Tired of waiting on the doctor for herpes relief?

Get hassle-free, judgement-free herpes treatment from home. Order Valacyclovir antivirals for Genital Herpes to treat and prevent outbreak symptoms—without the wait. Meds ship free in discreet packaging directly to your home.

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Starting at $45.00

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Overview

Genital Herpes is an extremely common STD caused by the transmission of the Herpes Simplex Virus Type-2. Once acquired, individuals will experience genital ulcers (outbreaks) for the rest of their lives. The severity of genital outbreaks changes over time, with the initial episode generally being the most painful and emotionally difficult. Prescription antiviral medication (Acyclovir and Valacyclovir) helps decrease the severity and frequency of genital outbreaks. Keep meds on hand, and take what you need as soon as you need it to avoid painful outbreaks.

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Genital Herpes Symptoms

  • Genital ulcers on the vagina, anus, buttocks, thighs
  • Swollen or tender lymphs in the legs & groin
  • Headache & pain in your joints
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Pain when you pee
  • Fatigue

Medication Details

Herpes Treatment FAQ

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Genital herpes is more widespread than often perceived. Fortunately, both outbreaks and the risk of transmission can be effectively managed with antiviral drugs, allowing for a swift return to a normal, fulfilling life.

Dr. Suneer Chander, MD