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HSV-1 typically causes painful sores around the mouth. This is because genital herpes can be a more serious condition in people with HIV. This is because genital herpes can be a more serious condition in people with HIV. Read about diagnosing HIV for more information about getting tested for this condition. This may be a sign of a weakened immune system (the body’s natural defence against infection and illness), which may indicate you have HIV. Suppressive treatment may be restarted if you have further severe outbreaks. As long as recurrent outbreaks of genital herpes are infrequent and mild, you will only need to take a five-day course of aciclovir as and when it is needed.

Your GP may refer you for specialist advice if you are concerned about transmitting the virus to your partner. If you have more than six recurrent outbreaks of genital herpes in a year, or if your symptoms are particularly severe and causing you distress, you may need to take aciclovir every day as part of a long-term treatment plan. This is known as episodic treatment. If you have fewer than six recurrent outbreaks of genital herpes in a year, your GP may prescribe a five-day course of aciclovir each time you experience tingling or numbness before symptoms begin. If you have fewer than six recurrent outbreaks of genital herpes in a year, your GP may prescribe a five-day course of aciclovir each time you experience tingling or numbness before symptoms begin. Avoid wearing tight clothing because it may irritate the blisters and ulcers. Avoid wearing tight clothing because it may irritate the blisters and ulcers.

Avoid wearing tight clothing because it may irritate the blisters and ulcers. The skin eruptions may appear once only and never recur or they may recur with changing frequency at different sites, but in the same body area, causing repeated distress. This will make passing urine less painful. This will make passing urine less painful. This will make passing urine less painful. This will make passing urine less painful. This will make passing urine less painful.

This will make passing urine less painful. Drink plenty of fluids to dilute your urine. Do not apply ice directly to the skin. Do not apply ice directly to the skin. It will also stop affected areas from sticking together. It will also stop affected areas from sticking together. It will also stop affected areas from sticking together.

It will also stop affected areas from sticking together. It will also stop affected areas from sticking together. This will help prevent blisters or ulcers from becoming infected and may encourage them to heal quicker. This will help prevent blisters or ulcers from becoming infected and may encourage them to heal quicker. Keep the affected area clean using either plain or salt water. If the symptoms are mild, your GP may suggest things you can do at home to help ease your symptoms without the need for treatment. If the symptoms are mild, your GP may suggest things you can do at home to help ease your symptoms without the need for treatment.

You should visit your GP if you have been diagnosed with genital herpes before and are experiencing a recurrent outbreak. You should visit your GP if you have been diagnosed with genital herpes before and are experiencing a recurrent outbreak. You should visit your GP if you have been diagnosed with genital herpes before and are experiencing a recurrent outbreak. For more information, see the patient information leaflet that comes with your medicine or read our medicines information page. Other antiviral medications that may be used to treat genital herpes include famciclovir and valaciclovir. Other antiviral medications that may be used to treat genital herpes include famciclovir and valaciclovir. Aciclovir can cause some side effects, including being sick and headaches.

You will need to take a course of aciclovir for at least five days, or longer if you still have new blisters and open sores forming on your genital area when your treatment begins. You will need to take a course of aciclovir for at least five days, or longer if you still have new blisters and open sores forming on your genital area when your treatment begins. You will need to take a course of aciclovir for at least five days, or longer if you still have new blisters and open sores forming on your genital area when your treatment begins. You will need to take a course of aciclovir for at least five days, or longer if you still have new blisters and open sores forming on your genital area when your treatment begins. Aciclovir works by preventing HSV from multiplying. Treatment for genital herpes will depend on whether you have the infection for the first time (a primary infection) or your symptoms keep coming back (a recurrent outbreak). Treatment for genital herpes will depend on whether you have the infection for the first time (a primary infection) or your symptoms keep coming back (a recurrent outbreak).