Length: Approximately 1 hour
Record date: January 23, 2020
Pending 1 NCCAOM PDA
Chinese Medicine for Genital Herpes: No More Valtrex?
With 1 in 5 30-year-old women being infected with herpes simplex virus type 2, don’t assume that genital herpes is not your concern. A patient will suffer an average of two to four attacks per year. While pharmacologic interventions can be taken orally or applied topically, these medications are not always efficient especially for patients who suffer from chronic infections.
Fortunately, Chinese medicine serves as an effective treatment for genital herpes: killing the virus, eliminating the lesions, and reducing the pain both in initial outbreaks and recurrences. Discover the one herb that MUST be in every single formula utilized for treating genital herpes and three key integrative tips for women. Effective treatment of genital herpes means no longer “living with herpes” and taking Zovirax for long periods of time because herbal therapy works quickly and efficiently.
- Who has it? (Demographics)
- Transmission and Prevention Myths
- 3 Case Studies (Course and Treatment)
– Age 32: “Stressed Out” Outbreaks (Immune System)
– Age 44: Endometriosis to Acute HSV-2
– Age 24: Attacks While Taking Valtrex
About Dr. Laurena White, M.D., L.Ac.
Dr. White has over 15 years of service and experience in the field of women’s health ranging from birth doula to physician including acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. She works closely with a team she has carefully chosen to deliver expert care not only to women, but also to couples trying to conceive. Together with the team, Dr. White facilitates the transformation of complex women’s health and fertility challenges. By helping women and couples address the underlying root cause of their condition, her patients begin to flourish without taking unnecessary pharmaceutical medications or having fruitlessly invasive surgical procedures. Dr. White has developed purpose-built signature programs that are unique to The Eudaimonia Center.
Dr. White integrated her practice by incorporating both allopathic and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) treatment modalities in order to bridge the gaps in women’s healthcare. For more information on Dr. White and her clinic, visit https://laurenawhite.com/