So the verdict is in and you have contracted herpes. I'm sorry.
Your mind has probably scattered in five directions with a million and one unanswered questions. Maybe you don't even know what to ask. I understand. I do.
I would imagine you have questions, such as...
How do I get rid of herpes?
How do I relive my symptoms?
What makes it show up or go away for long periods of time?
What should I do?
What shouldn't I do?
Can I ever have sex again?
Will I end up giving this to someone else?
Am I going to end up on drugs the rest of my life?
Is herpes going to kill me?
There is no magic pill to cure herpes. If there were, people who offer to cure you with expensive products wouldn't be selling you enough magic pills to get you through your next 50 breakouts. But, you can put it in remission.
According to the Miriam-Webster dictionary, remission is "a period of time during a serious illness when the patient's health improves".
According to Wikipedia, "Remission is the state of absence of disease activity in patients with a chronic illness, with the possibility of return of disease activity." and recovery is a restoration of health or functioning. A person who has been cured may not be fully recovered, and a person who has recovered may not be cured, as in the case of a person in a temporary remission or who is an asymptomatic carrier for an infectious disease."
Meaning, you can improve your health, restore healthy functioning, keeping in mind that you are not fully cured, but you have an absence of herpes. I don't know about you, but just thinking about the absence of any dis-ease makes me want to leap with joy!
Herpes symptoms can be put in remission (made absent) through diet, lifestyle and all-natural products, which is what The Online Course: Putting Herpes in Remission, Naturally! is all about.
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