Medicinal Information about Valacyclovir

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Proverbs 18:22 – Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favour of the LORD.

Valacyclovir is an antiviral medication that does not treat infections such as genital herpes, but it may help with symptoms. When used to prevent a recurrence of the herpes, Valacyclovir also lowers the risk that infection can be passed on to others (spread). Valtrex cannot cure herpes infections, but Valtrex may treat symptoms such as herpes sores and blisters.

For example, it can be used to treat herpes infections in eyes, and can help prevent some viral infections in people who have had organ transplants. Valtrex can help reduce the length of time that ulcers and blisters develop during flare-ups. Valtrex does not treat herpes zoster or cold sores, but it can reduce the severity and duration of symptoms.

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It can take up to 10 days for cold sores and blisters to completely heal, making it even more important to take Valtrex immediately after symptoms begin. If you are having your first outbreak of cold sores, take Valtrex within 48 hours of symptoms.

If you are taking Valtrex to treat recurring genital herpes and you get an outbreak, it is important that you avoid sexual contact with your partner to prevent spreading the virus to them. Although it is possible to catch genital herpes if your partner has no symptoms, the infection is more likely to spread if there are sores. The virus can still be spread even if you have no blisters or sores.

In fact, herpes viruses can survive for long periods on objects and surfaces, so it is possible to get your hands on a cold case herpes infection just by touching something infected. The infection is very infectious, and it can be passed from person to person through skin-to-skin contact in an outbreak. When you have cold sores or blisters on and around the genital areas, you are the most infectious, though it is important to realize that carriers of HSV-1 and HSV-2 can transmit cold sores all the time.

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Cold sores from the herpes viruses do not leave the body once an outbreak has occurred, rather, they lie dormant until they are activated by factors such as stress, diet, alcohol, or respiratory infections. Instead, it is prescribed to lessen symptoms and discomfort caused by herpes simplex viruses types 1 and 2 (HSV-1 and HSV-2), as well as other viral infections including chickenpox and shingles.

Valacyclovir is used to treat the viral infection that attacks the skin, known as shingles (herpes zoster). Valacyclovir does not cure shingles, cold sores, or genital herpes, but it helps the sores heal faster, and relieves pain and discomfort.

Valacyclovir works best when used within 48 hours after the first symptoms of shingles or genital herpes begin to appear (e.g., pain, burning, or blisters). Valacyclovir pills can be taken with or without food. If you are taking Valacyclovir pills to treat cold sores, chickenpox, shingles, or genital herpes, you should start treatment as soon as possible after the symptoms start.

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To help your infection go away, continue taking valacyclovir for the entire treatment period, even if your symptoms begin to go away in just a few days. If you stop taking valacyclovir too soon, you may put yourself at risk of having a cold sore that could be painful and take a long time to heal. If you are taking valacyclovir for the treatment of chickenpox, it is best to begin taking valacyclovir as soon as you see the first signs of the chickenpox rash, typically within a day.

Do not take Valacyclovir if you are allergic to Valacyclovir, Acyclovir, or any ingredients in this medicine. Acyclovir (brand name Zovirax) is another antiviral drug that may be used to treat herpes and varicella-zoster virus infections. Valacyclovir is used to treat herpes virus infections, including cold sores (also known as cold sores), cold sores (also known asshingles), and cold sores (also known as genital sores) in adults.

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Valtrex (also commonly known as valacyclovir) is an antiviral medicine used to treat cold sores, genital herpes, shingles, and chickenpox. People who get frequent bouts of herpes, either cold sores or genital herpes, can get prescribed Valtrex for a longer period to minimize the frequency of the sores. Managing a cold sore or genital herpes outbreak is a matter of taking prescribed antivirals such as Valtrex as directed, keeping affected areas clean and dry, and avoiding direct contact with others.

Taking Valtrex regularly may help those with frequent outbreaks suppress herpes viruses and minimize recurrences. You should take Valtrex every day if you experience frequent outbreaks, your healthcare provider recommends it, or if you are at risk for spreading herpes to others. People who experience frequent outbreaks of cold sores or genital herpes, and who recognize the signs of a coming epidemic, may want to take Valtrex immediately when warning signs occur, in order to help keep an outbreak as mild as possible. Valacyclovir (brand name Valtrex) is an antiviral medication that works against viral infections, particularly those caused by cold sores.

Valaciclovir has shown promise as a treatment for infectious mononucleosis and is prescribed preemptively for suspected cases of Herpes B virus infection. In some cases, valacyclovir is used for long-term (suppressive treatment) purposes in order to prevent or suppress future viral outbreaks. Taking valacyclovir may make herpes symptoms less painful and get better more quickly than they would be without medication, but it cannot get rid of the virus – it may live and hide inside of your body.