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All You Need To Know About Genital Herpes

Genital Herpes In Brief

Many of us are unaware of Genital Herpes , more commonly known as herpes is a frequently occurring sexually transmitted disease that is followed by contagious (easily spread) sores on and around the mouth or the genital areas. Usually, a mark or a spot on the skin can be seen.

If you think it is less likely to be spread, you are wrong! According to the research by World Health Organization (WHO) have revealed that 3.7 billion people aged below 50 are diagnosed with oral herpes whereas 417 million between the age of 15 & 49 have genital herpes.

Let Us Go Into Detail   

Once the genital herpes symptoms are seen, it needs immediate attention as it would be more difficult to cope up with a contagious disease that even does not have a treatment. It is highly recommended to be free from anxiety and stress because it can start the epidemic condition. We write this blog to knowledge you the disease so that it can be easily handled if diagnosed.

Herpes is caused by a virus called Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV). Again it can be classified into 2 types:- HSV-1 and HSV 2.  The former is is the main reason for developing oral herpes which includes cold sores also known as fever blisters which mainly occurs around the mouth. Whereas the latter is responsible for genital herpes causes mainly due to the skin to skin contact with an infected person. It is to be noted that both types can be easily spread (contagious) from one person to another quickly and easily.

Genital Herpes Symptoms

Even though herpes shows symptoms for most of the people in the form of blisters around the mouth or genitals, it does not even show any form of signs in many. It initially appears as small blisters that eventually break to form sores on the skin which takes about a week or two to heal completely. Some people may also have a flu-like fever when happening for the first time in life.

How Herpes Spreads?

You may get oral herpes by having a mouth to mouth contact through kissing or sharing food items. Genital herpes can be spread by having vaginal or oral sex with someone who already has the STD diagnosed. Even though the probability of getting herpes from objects like sharing seats, beds, towels and other objects are low, it cannot be fully guaranteed. Notably, the disease has the most possibility to spread 3 days before the first sign of the disease.

Genital Herpes Treatment

As the disease is highly contagious and easily transferable through certain means, it is advised to get quick treatment for it as soon as possible. The cure is completely achievable from a genital herpes clinic where they adopt the Unani medicine which can naturally and quickly heal the disease without any fear of side effects. Are you a victim of this sexually transmitted disease? Consult the genital herpes treatment doctors for the rescue!  . For more health related queries and doubts visit on : http://www.roymedicalhall.com/services/ .

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Syphilis is Now Easy to Beat with Unani Treatment

In one of our before blogs, we wrote about none other than the chameleon of diseases – Syphilis. We also have briefed you about the sexually transmitted disease being spread, its symptoms and associated treatments. Even though there are many other treatment options available, they do not guarantee you a complete cure for this drastic condition.

Syphilis is caused by a bacterium named Treponema Pallidum which gains entry into the interior of the body on having a sexual contact with an already infected person. The fault seen in this disease is that you cannot diagnose it easily as it does not show many symptoms to outside. By the time you recognize, it would have been too late because the bacterium will catch hold of the systems immunity power.

This time, we are going a bit far in detail about the signs to watch out for this drastic disease. Conditions like painless sores and swelling of lymph nodes go unnoticed by people or even may avoid it from treatment as its diagnosis requires a blood test to be done. So, it’s highly recommended to take immediate action on seeing the following symptoms.

  • Painless sores appearing in the surrounding regions of the genitals in both men and women.
  • Lymph nodes becoming swelly. It is suggested to undergo a detailed diagnosis.
  • Even if you see that the swelling gets cured automatically, it is always better to diagnose the bacterial presence.
  • If you find non-itchy rashes on your feet and arms, it is a sign of syphilis bacteria advancing to the next stage.
  • Along with the painless rashes, other symptoms like weight loss, fatigue, headaches, fever and hair loss may also occur. Get the diagnosis done before allowing the bacterium to go for latent stages.

If the bacterium enters into the latent stages of infection, it is hard to recover as it may result in conditions like paralysis, dementia, muscle coordination complications or even death.

Treat Syphilis in an Unani Way

At RMH, numerable procedures are carried out starting with cell detoxification and regeneration therapy which are done on the basis of Rasa Shastra. The methodology helps to purify the bloodstream and finally flush out the infection causing bacteria from it. This concept is prescribed in ancient Ayurveda to treat chronic and adverse diseases.

The expert doctors at RMH have designed a herbo-mineral formula which is a compound containing the elements of Rasa and Rasayana Shastras and this can be used to heal any infectious and drastic disease like syphilis easily. Following this, a deep cleansing procedure is done accompanied by Rasayana Chikitsa can easily recover the well being of each cell and tissues to the normal state.

Vajeekarana Shastra is also done if required to help restart the normal functioning of the reproductive organs and thereby cease all the conditions associated with infertility from happening to the couples again.

Read more to know about the treatments available http://www.roymedicalhall.com/consultation-form/

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