Finally a reason to celebrate! I tried this Viradux-AU and my herpes outbreaks stopped. I just did a second ELISA test and it came back negative for HSV1 and HSV2 antibodies. I thought the first one might be false neg but it was right. Sharing the good news"026 check out their website at www.viradux.com If it also works for you be sure to tell a friend"026 we need to stop the spread in our community and heal those who already have it.View Thread
I tried Valtrex but it was ineffective, and gave me side effects. I hope you have a better experience with it.
If it doesn't work or if you are interested in a natural approach, check out Viradux-AU. I've been using it for 7 months and have not had an outbreak since. The pain and weird tingly feeling is gone too. I will keep you guys posted, don't mind being a guinnea pig. It's from some australian company called viradux.
I tested positive for HSV2 3 yrs ago so I've been around the track a few times on these meds... Reply if you have any questions.View Thread
Pictures not working... could be nothing from what you describe. You can have them cultured if you want an immediate and concrete answer.
has anyone else tried Viradux-AU? Its from a new company out of australia called viradux. I am 7 months into my trial... I'll be the guinnea pig! So far so good.. no OB and no tingling. My HSV2 was diagnosed 3 yrs ago so I'm definately a good candidate. Anyway, good luck.View Thread
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