There’s no cure for HSV infection, but some antiviral medications might help cold sores heal more quickly or reduce how often they return.
There’s no cure for HSV infection, but some antiviral medications might help cold sores heal more quickly or reduce how often they return. Dreamstime TNS
There’s no cure for HSV infection, but some antiviral medications might help cold sores heal more quickly or reduce how often they return. Dreamstime TNS

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