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GENITAL HERPES
Genital herpes is a recurrent lifelong disease with no cure, caused by herpes simplex virus (HSV).
HSV-2 is usually the cause but HSV-1 may occur in up to 1/3 of new cases.
HSV-1 tends to cause fewer recurrences & milder disease than HSV-2.
The incubation period is 2 days-2 weeks after exposure.
Drug Information

Indication: Treatment & prevention of herpes simplex virus infections, genital herpes of the skin & mucous membran...

Indication: HSV skin infections including initial & recurrent genital herpes labialis.

Indication: Herpes simplex virus infections of the skin & mucous membranes including initial & recurrent genital h...

Indication: Herpes simplex virus skin infection including genital herpes & herpes labialis.

Indication: Herpes zoster. Accelerates the resolution of pain by reducing the duration & proportion of patients w/ zos...

Indication: Promoting resolution of acute clinical manifestations of mucocutaneous Herpes simplex virus infections in immu...

Indication: Herpes simplex skin infections including initial & recurrent labial & genital herpes simplex infection...

Dosage: Adult Herpes simplex infections 200 mg 5 times daily at 4-hrly intervals for 5 days. Severely immunocompromise

Indication: Treatment & prophylaxis of herpes genitalis, treatment of herpes zoster, herpes simples & varicella (chickenpo...

Indication: Herpes simplex infections in immunocompromised patients & severe initial genital herpes in the non-immunoc...

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