Cold Sores

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FDA-Approved Treatments

At MDMedica, we have removed the trips to the doctor’s office, the crowded waiting rooms for what seems to be hours. MDMedica makes it all simple, convenient and affordable.

Online telehealth consultations are free and easy, prescriptions are written by a US-licensed healthcare provider. You’ll get real medications, prescribed online and delivered fast – directly from the pharmacy. Save time and skip the pharmacy line.

No gimmicks, no tricks, no hidden costs.


MDMEDICA'S process:
easy as 1, 2, 3

Step 1

Answer a few questions

Step 2

Our doctors will review your answers within 24 hours

Step 3

Get free home delivery
if prescribed
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What are cold sores?

Cold Sores
Cold sores are a common viral infection. They are tiny, fluid-filled blisters on and around your lips.

These blisters are often grouped together in patches. After the blisters break, a scab forms that can last several days. Cold sores spread from person to person by close contact, such as kissing. They're usually caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), and less commonly herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2).

Both of these viruses can affect your mouth or genitals and can be spread by oral sex. Cold sores are contagious even if you don't see the sores. There's no cure for cold sores, but treatment can help manage outbreaks. Prescription antiviral pills can help sores heal more quickly and they may reduce the frequency, length and severity of future outbreaks.

MDMEDICA offers 
the solution!


Frequently asked questions

What is Valacyclovir?

Valacyclovir is an oral tablet, prescription medicine that is FDA approved to treat cold sores.

How does Valacyclovir work?
Valacyclovir belongs to a group of drugs called nucleoside analogues, which work by stopping the spread of herpes virus in the body.
What can I expect?

Valacyclovir usually starts treating cold sore symptoms as soon as it’s in your system but can take several days to produce a noticeable improvement. It can take up to 10 days (or, in some cases, even longer) for herpes blisters to heal even with Valacyclovir treatment. The key is to start your treatment as soon as the first signs of a cold sore appear (tingling, itching, burning). This will speed healing and prevent the outward signs of cold sores (fluid filed sacks, discoloration, swollen lips).