Can Herpes Outbreaks Spread on the Body? CBCD Answers questions on herpes symptoms and treatment.
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The Center for the Biology of Chronic
Disease (CBCD), as part of its monthly survey on viral infections knowledge, recently
discovered that some people want to know if a genital herpes outbreak can
actually spread from one spot to another.
"Can an outbreak, you know ... travel from one
spot on your genitals to say, your legs or someplace else on your body?
Sometimes I get sores and they're not always in the same spot." - Maria from
The CBCD believes this is an excellent
question and would like to answer it.
It is normal for outbreaks to sometimes
jump around the general area, even by several inches. It's just like a person
with cold sores who can get one anywhere on the lips or even on the chin or
It does NOT mean the virus has
established itself somewhere else in the body. It just means that the different outbreaks
are served by the same nerve where the herpes
virus normally lies dormant.
Mike Evans, from the CBCD said, "Regarding
herpes infections, well many people are completely horrified when they get a
diagnosis. That's despite the fact that the CDC says that most people with a
herpes infection don't even know they have an infection. Do outbreaks jump
around on a person? Lots of people just don't know. People need facts because
herpes seriously creeps people out."
After an initial period of activity where
there can be up to 5 major outbreaks in a year, the herpes virus establishes what
scientists call a latent infection. When a virus is latent, it acts as if it
is asleep or dormant. When the immune system is weakened, however,
the herpes virus can "wake up" and become active again.
The best defense against a latent herpes
infection is a healthy immune system, however.
That's why the CBCD would like to point out
a herpes remedy that helps the immune system target the latent herpes virus (HSV).
"The key to your health is to reduce the
level of latent viruses in your body to harmless levels." - Dr. Hanan
The name of that Herpes remedy is
Gene-Eden-VIR. It is an all-natural product scientifically designed to help
the human body maintain a low concentration of the latent herpes
Gene-Eden-VIR is effective against
the latent Herpes virus. Each ingredient was chosen through a scientific
approach. Scientists scanned thousands of scientific and medical papers
published in various medical and scientific journals around the world to
identify safe and effective natural ingredients that target the latent
forms of both HSV-1 and HSV-2.
Gene-Eden-VIR is safe. It has
been on the market for over three years, and in that time, no side effects
were reported. Each capsule contains a patented formula of five all natural
ingredients including selenium, camellia sinesis extract, quercetin,
cinnamomum extract, and licorice extract. In addition, each bottle is GMP
Gene-Eden-VIR is sold online through the
Gene-Eden website. Each bottle of Gene-Eden-VIR (a one month's supply) costs
To learn more about Gene-Eden-VIR, the only
product on the market that helps the immune system target the latent herpes virus,
and that is scientifically backed by published material, visit the
Note: This press release was first issued by The Center for the
Biology of Chronic Disease (CBCD), a not-for-profit organization that specializes
in researching the biology of foreign DNA.