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The side-effect. You can do this online at the following web address: www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard. You can do this online at the following web address: www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard. If you think you have had a side-effect to one of your medicines you can report this on the Yellow Card Scheme. If you think you have had a side-effect to one of your medicines you can report this on the Yellow Card Scheme. If you think you have had a side-effect to one of your medicines you can report this on the Yellow Card Scheme. If you think you have had a side-effect to one of your medicines you can report this on the Yellow Card Scheme.

If you think you have had a side-effect to one of your medicines you can report this on the Yellow Card Scheme. Most people who take antiviral medication get no side-effects, or only minor ones. This may include taking antiviral medication, as well as the type of delivery method. A first episode of herpes around the time of birth can be serious for the baby and a caesarean section is usually advised. Again, your specialist will be able to advise on the pros and cons. This may help to prevent a recurrence of blisters during childbirth. This may help to prevent a recurrence of blisters during childbirth.

If you do have a recurrent episode when you go into labour, you should discuss your options with your specialist and together decide the best way that your baby should be delivered. However, you and your specialist will weigh up the pros and cons of vaginal delivery vs caesarean section. This is because you pass on some antibodies and immunity to the baby during the final two months of pregnancy. This helps the sores to clear quickly. This helps the sores to clear quickly. These will be passed on to the baby through your bloodstream to protect it when it is being born. This is given into your veins (intravenously) during your labour and birth.

However, if you decide against a caesarean section and decide to opt for a vaginal birth, the specialist is likely to recommend that you be given antiviral medication (usually aciclovir). Infection of the baby is then usually (but not always) prevented. In this situation there is about a 4 in 10 chance of the baby developing a herpes infection. A specialist will normally advise about what to do if you develop genital herpes whilst you are pregnant, or if you have recurrent genital herpes and become pregnant. This is usually much reduced if you start an antiviral medicine within five days of the onset of symptoms. With a first episode of genital herpes, the sores and blisters may last from about 10 days up to 28 days. An antiviral medicine is commonly prescribed for a first episode of genital herpes.

It is thought that these medicines all work as well as each other when used to treat genital herpes. It is thought that these medicines all work as well as each other when used to treat genital herpes. They do not clear the virus from the body. They do not clear the virus from the body. They do not clear the virus from the body. See separate leaflet called Genital Herpes for more general details on genital herpes infection. This leaflet just discusses antiviral medication for genital herpes.

This leaflet just discusses antiviral medication for genital herpes. If symptoms occur, they can range from a mild soreness to painful blisters on the genitals and surrounding area. Many people who are infected with this virus never have symptoms but can still pass on the infection to others. Genital herpes is usually a sexually transmitted infection. Genital herpes is usually a sexually transmitted infection. Genital herpes is usually a sexually transmitted infection. The buttocks and anus may also be affected.

The buttocks and anus may also be affected. The buttocks and anus may also be affected. The buttocks and anus may also be affected. Genital herpes is an infection of the genitals (penis in men, vulva and vagina in women) and surrounding area of skin. Genital herpes is an infection of the genitals (penis in men, vulva and vagina in women) and surrounding area of skin. They do not clear the virus completely from the body, so the symptoms may come back (recur). They do not clear the virus completely from the body, so the symptoms may come back (recur).

Antiviral medicines such as aciclovir, famciclovir, and valaciclovir are used to treat genital herpes infection. Antiviral medicines such as aciclovir, famciclovir, and valaciclovir are used to treat genital herpes infection.

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