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Key Facts About Genital Herpes Treatment

Genital herpes treatments may not work for some people

These include:

  • Those that are 18 or younger
  • Pregnant or breastfeeding women
  • Those suffering from kidney disease or weakened immune systems
  • People using ciclosporin or theophylline medication

If any of the above describes yourself get in touch with your GP for further help.

You can purchase your genital herpes medication on our website without having to visit a clinic. We can deliver straight to your door with free postage.

Genital herpes is an extremely common STD which can be easily transmitted via sexual contact with a person who has the virus. The cause of this STD is herpes simplex virus 2. It can be transferred between those having anal, oral or vaginal intercourse. Our online treatment acyclovir is a highly effective treatment for those who have genital herpes. After an episode of symptoms, the virus can remain dormant in the nerves and then flair up weeks, months or even years after the initial outbreak. Our genital herpes treatment allows people to manage and control outbreaks of the virus.

Herpes simplex virus type 1 is the cause of cold sore herpes. It is most likely to break out on the lip area and flare ups often happen during times of anxiety or stress, or even being in the sun. Both acyclovir and valaciclovir can be used to treat cold sore herpes.

The use of acyclovir to treat herpes is highly effective as it reduces the level of symptoms and treats them quicker. It can be used every day in order to supress the virus and stop any outbreaks occurring.

Aciclovir for herpes treatment

Aciclovir for herpes suppression


An aciclovir tablet of 400mg 3 times per day over five days

Have with fresh water

An acyclovir pill of 400mg two times per day over a twelve week period. Genital herpes treatment can continue for a year.

Have medication with water.

When to start?

If an outbreak happens take the medication within five days of this occurring.

You can start genital herpes treatment at any period of an outbreak.

How many pills for a course?

There are fifteen aciclovir tablets to be taken over five days.

168 capsules over 12 weeks

How does it work?

It stops the virus from increasing in quantity

Stops the virus from increasing

Does it work?

If you take aciclovir within 3 days of the outbreak it may stop the symptoms being as bad and can shorten the length of the outbreak

Suppression therapy stops any symptoms occurring

How long can I take it for?

You can have a five day treatment plan every time you get herpes symptoms

One year or more


It is rare to get any side-effects but on occasion there may be symptoms of sickness, a rash on the skin and diarrhoea.

People do not tend to have any, but if they do these can be sickness, a rash on the skin and diarrhoea. See the leaflet within the medication for more details.




Alternatives to aciclovir

When you have symptoms you can use painkillers, such as paracetamol or aspirin, to ease pain. Some people find sitting in a warm bath with some salt added makes passing urine less painful. Remember to drink plenty of fluids as this can help to dilute your urine and make passing urine less painful.

Reducing the risk of passing on herpes to others

Whilst you have an outbreak of genital herpes you should not have sex. However you can still shed the virus from your skin even when you are not having an outbreak of herpes and so there is still a small chance that you can pass on the infection. For this reason, it is a good idea to talk to your sexual partner about the risk. Using a condom can reduce the chances of passing on the virus as can suppression therapy.

Telling your GP

It\'s important that you keep your GP informed of any treatment that you are taking. During the medical assessment we ask you for the name and contact details of your GP. We can then keep your GP informed if you are happy for us to do so. But please be assured that we will not contact your GP without your consent.