Cefpodoxime And Potassium Clavulanate And Sodium Fusidate Cream

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Is cefpodoxime & potassium clavulanatem tablets and sodium fusidate cream effective for genital herpes



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Bobby! How are you?

No, these are antibiotics that treat bacterial infections. Herpes is caused by a virus, so these will not do anything to treat it. As a matter of fact, many people tend to be allergic to such products, when they are used genitally, so you could end up just making yourself worse.

There is no cure for herpes, either orally or genitally, but if you consult your doctor, they can prescribe medications to help suppress it and prevent outbreaks.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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