Yes, I Have Herpes is a phenomenal resource from a medical perspective. It dispels myths, shares facts, and provides physical and emotional treatments for patients who don’t always get the education and information from their doctors. But just as important, Dr. Loanzon shares how she got herpes, how it’s affected her relationships and self-esteem, and how it became a part of who she is and her journey toward enlightenment, love, and happier relationships.
You can find Dr. Sheila at http://www.drsheilagyn.com/
Herpes is something that fortunately I don’t have, but sadly my wife has it often so this is a valuable resource you have shared here. Herpes is something painful that really conditions our day to day so a big improvement can come from here.
Thank you for this. There really are a lot of false myths and tons of misinformation floating around when it comes to herpes. It’s great to finally have the proper facts.
That’s true, there is a lot of misinformation and the whole goal of that is just to sell products that eventually will no help us solve the cause of the issue. Nothing like getting properly informed to get to the bottom of things.
It’s wonderful when people are brave and honest enough to stand up and start the conversation about something, even if they risk being judged badly for it. I really applaud Dr. Loanzon for bringing this topic out into the open so that other people can start to speak freely too. Bravo!
Well I can imagine that the purchasing process might be a little uncomfortable if you are doing so in store, but of course we can thank online shopping to rid us of those concerns. I really appreciate when people are brave and upfront about issues, like @Carl Robinson stated above. I am glad that you mention it is good to read from a medical perspective, because that might be a different tone that I am used to, which is always more enjoyable for me to read, when it is something new. For that, I say thank you for sharing.