Natural Medicine That Can Treat Herpes?
I have herpes on my arm, I already use an ointment, but it doesn’t dry out, what should be treated better than an ointment, can I get water if it’s herpes? I have read the article instead of being told to compress cold water, what do the doctors think?
Hello, Vinaatya. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
Previously, have you checked your complaints to the doctor? What form do you experience complaints on the skin of the hands?
Herpes is the name of a group of viruses that can infect human skin. The most common type of herpes virus is herpes simplex virus (HSV) types I and II. This virus causes herpes simplex. Transmission of HSV type I is not sexual, generally its location is in the body above the waist, especially the nose and mouth. Transmission of HSV type II is sexually, the most frequent location in the body below the waist, especially the genital area. Even so, the location of this infection can sometimes be indistinguishable due to oral intercourse.
Herpes simplex symptoms begin with fever, decreased appetite, weakness, enlarged lymph nodes, then a rash appears on the skin. Rash in the form of resilient lumps with a reddish base that can break and become injured.
To treat herpes simplex, patients are advised to consult first with a doctor or dermatologist. The doctor needs to do anamnesis and physical examination and support (if necessary). Thus, the underlying disease complaints of skin rashes can really be ascertained appropriately and given appropriate treatment. Your doctor may prescribe a cream / ointment to be applied to the rash, and perhaps oral medication to reduce complaints of itching.
At home, patients are advised to keep bathing to maintain body hygiene. Compress can be done on skin that has a rash. Keep making sure that the skin that has the rash stays dry and clean after being compressed. To enrich insight, you can read articles about herpes.
Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.