Monday, October 31, 2005

I Am HSV-II Positive, No Outbreaks But I Am Upset!

I just purchased your e-book and am writing to follow up in regard to your treatment that comes up with the purchase. With regard to my situation, I recently tested positive to the HSV-II antibody in my blood and to say the least have been quite upset about it. I am 35 years of age, educated, healthy, strong, take daily vitamin supplements, and have never had any physical manifestations of HSV-II. I have been reading and tryiing to learn as much as possible about this as possible so that I can lead a normal, healthy, and full life. Please advise.

I understand you are upset. Being upset usually means people are being hard on themselves for coming down with the virus, and resentful towards the person they contracted it from. This only causes stress in your body and does you no good. One-third of all americans have some form of the herpes simplex virus. So, now you are one of them and you are not alone. Accept it, learn how to prevent outbreaks like in my program, Stop Herpes Now. Then, you can go forward with your life.
I have a great idea for you. Take my antiviral formula and the supplements at low daily doses for prevention. Make sure to follow the diet. By taking the herbs
and supplements daily will certainly help you to prevent ever having an outbreak. When you prepare to be intimate with a partner, let them know you have the virus, and tell them how long you have been free of the outbreaks by taking my formula and following my program. Then, get them on the same program so that they may never have an outbreak or end up being tested positive too. Best of wishes to you on your health.
David Hogg, ND

Sunday, October 30, 2005

I Do Not Want To Suffer

I've never had any symptoms but I went for bloodwork and they said I had traces of simplex 2 in my blood I was wondering if there was a possibilty that they might be wrong. I dont want to suffer for the rest of my life.

It is not necessary you suffer the rest of your life even if you do have herpes. Not in my world. Since I released my book this past spring, I have so many people that are living free of herpes. They are living proof that my program and my herbal antiviral formula works. They said there are "traces?" Find out what that means exactly. Does it mean you have the antibodies to the virus or the actual virus? There are people who are exposed to viruses all the time that never become ill. Or, in the case of herpes, they never have a breakout. This not so rare. Those people are healthy people. People who have herpes and/or HPV definitely have a weaker immune system that is more susceptible to viral infections. It is important for them to boost their immune system so that their resistance to viruses becomes stronger and stronger. In the case of herpes, you need my ebook,, and my antiviral formula. You receive a free sample of my formula when you purchase the ebook. A really great deal. This way you receive the Stop Herpes Now program and receive an herbal formula that actually suppresses the virus from multiplying itself over and over. That alone stops the virus in its tracks. I know you be very satisfied by getting on this program. In your case, by following my program, you may never have an outbreak.
In Health,
David Hogg, ND

I Think I Have Herpes

Hi Dr. David, I think I have herpes. I have sores on my leg, back and under my chest. They don't really hurt but from time to time they do. I went to the doctors office and they said it was just an insect bite, but they didn't do any blood work. How will I know for sure if I have herpes?
I don't have any painful sore in my private area or problems using the bathroom. Please help my out.
Is it true that cranberry juice help cure herpes?

There are many different things that could be. I can think of shingles, rocky mountain spotted fever, Lyme disease, and just plain insect bites. Diagnosis is made by all or a combination of the following; by visual exam, culture of an active sore, and blood tests for herpes antibodies. I would definitely get checked out thoroughly before you start worrying about what you do NOT have. Write back and let me know for sure your diagnosis. I will be very curious.
In Health,
David Hogg, ND