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as soon as it begins to itch dab every 4 hours w/ bleach. a q-tip works well for this

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Whoever thought of this isnt too smart and whoever tries it is lacking sense even more...Good luck to anyone who puts BLEACH on their genitals...

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Bleach kills HSV and if you dilute it enough and don't keep it on your skin forever, it actually works really well.


bleach will not hurt you as long as you rinse it off with soap and water after a few minutes. I would not apply directly to the penus or scotum. I have experiencedd relief from applying pure bleach temporarily on what is supposedly a fungal induced itch for years now...........


I usually soak in a bath tub with warm/hot water and add a little bleach. I do not directly apply bleach to my private part. This works really well.


I used diluted bleach, very diluted, and it works well


Initially I thought whoever came up with this was nuts, but decades ago before all the the medicines we have today this is what they did. Used bleach to treat fungal problems. Nonetheless I did try this and it worked wonders. I put 4 capfulls of bleach in my bath water, just enough to sit in and after 40mins of soaking and 15 mins out of the tub the swelling had gone down and the itching and pain had been relieved. I am continuing to do this twice a day to see how fast this outbreak will last. I haven't had an outbreak in 10 years. I just got really stressed out and this did the trick.


I've just read this and I can't believe some of u were that stupid to actually try this.I can't stop laughing.When using home remedies u have to use common sense.


What a rediculous idea, I woud think salt would work better than bleach, salt is one of the sustances to kill alot of bacteria!!!!!


Bleach is a strong base and will cause chemical burns if it is not diluted. I've made myself a 10\\% bleach solution (although dilute further if you have sensitive skin) and spray it on once in the morning. chemical burns and no herpes. I've been doing this now about a month and it seems to work. Last time I was about to have an outbreak (I could tell it was going to bad), I sprayed my bleach solution three times throughout that day and didn't get anything, not even redness. My goal is to deplete the number of herpes virus over the course of time as they surface to the skin, and eventually be cured. Additionally, taking BHT when the prodromal symptoms arise is even more effective as BHT interferes with the surface receptors on the virus that are used to invade the skin cell. I normally get about two to three outbreaks per month and will post my results.


It works. I found this site looking for places to post the same idea that the original poster has already discovered. My suggestion was going to be: wait for the itch/blister to raise, then at some point when you can tell the blister is about to open, pop it open on purpose (yes this will hurt like hell) then immediately dab it with bleach. Cover with one of those little 'spot' band-aids for a few hours. Then uncover and let dry. Should immediately heal and be gone in a couple of days, never to return. My first outbreak was in 1993 (I was like, what the hell is this?). After doing some research, I treated my second outbreak as above. No more outbreaks for over 1o years. I just had another start a few days ago (Third in my life. Same virus or new exposure? I suspect the latter due to recent circumstances, but who knows.) I treated as above, and it's almost gone already. I didn't know if my success the first time was a fluke, so I never bothered sharing. Now I'm convinced. I'm curious to know if anyone else might have success...? Try it. And for those of you who want to talk trash about the suggestion, well, why don't you let people weigh their own risks and benefits? When's the last time any of you swam in a chlorinated swimming pool? Same damn stuff. Get over it.

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