Genital Herpes Prevention + Treatment
Don’t let genital herpes hurt your sex life. Take the antiviral medication valacyclovir (generic Valtrex) at the first sign of an outbreak to reduce the symptoms and shorten the duration, or you can take it every day to prevent outbreaks and reduce the likelihood that you will pass the virus to a partner.
Free, fast shipping with automatic refills. Easily pause or cancel anytime
FDA approved medication & affordable out-of-pocket prices
Unlimited messaging for one year with licensed providers
Take control of your health and remain stress-free with valacyclovir. This oral medication is an antiviral drug that stops the growth of certain infections. It prevents viral cells from multiplying and treats outbreaks of herpes viruses including cold sores (herpes simplex-1), genital herpes (herpes simplex-2), and shingles (herpes zoster) in adults.
Valacyclovir must be taken according to your prescription’s instructions and depending on what herpes virus conditions are being treated. Doses may vary by strength and length, so it’s important to follow your Nurx medical provider’s instructions while taking valacyclovir.
✓ Reducing frequency of genital herpes outbreaks
✓ Reducing symptoms of genital herpes outbreaks
✓ Reducing the chance that you’ll pass the herpes virus to a partner
|Price with Insurance||Out-of-Pocket Price|
|As little as $0 per month for the medication||As little as $15 per month for the medication|
We also charge a $15 medication consultation, which includes unlimited access to our medical team for a full year.
Please note for the out-of-pocket price valacyclovir is supplied in a 3-month supply.
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