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Cold Sores and Oral Herpes (HSV-1) Treatments delivered to your door.

Whether you call it a cold sore or a fever blister, oral herpes is a common infection of the mouth, with an estimated 60%-80% of adults carrying the virus.

Oral herpes is spread most commonly from individuals with an active outbreak or sore. You can catch oral herpes by engaging in intimate or personal contact (e.g., kissing or oral sex) with someone who is infected.

 

  • Discreet text-based consultations
  • Fast, free shipping
  • Upload your existing script for free
  • Never miss a repeat, we’ll handle it for you.

Use our online form any time of day to tell us about yourself and the support you need.

Get cold sores treatments online

Use our form 24/7 to tell us about yourself & the support you need.

Cold Sores and Oral Herpes (HSV-1) Treatments delivered to your door.

Whether you call it a cold sore or a fever blister, oral herpes is a common infection of the mouth, with an estimated 60%-80% of adults carrying the virus.

Oral herpes is spread most commonly from individuals with an active outbreak or sore. You can catch oral herpes by engaging in intimate or personal contact (e.g., kissing or oral sex) with someone who is infected.

 

  • Discreet text-based consultations
  • Fast, free shipping
  • Upload your existing script for free
  • Never miss a repeat, we’ll handle it for you.

Discreet cold sores treatments, prescribed by Aussie doctors, shipped to you.

Less than $1 a dose, including:

  • A discreet text-based consultation with an Aussie GP
  • A treatment plan built based on your history and preferences
  • Discreet delivery in an unmarked bag
  • Fast, free, express shipping for all treatments
  • Refills automatically shipped when due
  • Ongoing support and unlimited follow ups with our medical team (at no cost)

SOME COMMON TREATMENTS

Antiviral medicines

Antiviral medicines help to stop the herpes virus from multiplying. Antiviral medicines can be taken just during an outbreak, starting as soon as the first signs are noticed (episodic treatment), or they can be taken continuously (even when there are no symptoms) to reduce the chance of having repeat outbreaks (suppressive treatment).

Episodic Treatment

Episodic treatment involves starting a course of antiviral tablets as soon as you notice symptoms of an outbreak, such as tingling or redness on an area of genital skin. This type of treatment is often the preferred treatment for people who don’t have outbreaks very often.

Suppressive Treatments

Suppressive treatment involves taking medication on a daily basis to reduce the chance of an outbreak. Taking antiviral medicines on a daily basis also reduces the amount of virus that is shed, both when sores are present and in between outbreaks, when the skin looks normal.

our 3 step simple process

1

Answer some simple questions.

Use our online form any time of day to tell us about yourself & the support you need.

2

Our Aussie Doctors review your answers online

They’ll advise what’s right for you and may discuss possible treatments with you by text.

3

We’ll deliver any treatments to your door

If prescribed, we’ll express post your treatments straight to your door every time they’re due.

take control of your HSv-1 treatment

No more waiting rooms, never run out

Stagger provides 100% online, text-based health assessments. Don’t spend hours sitting in a waiting room. We’ll also handle your repeats, no more losing scripts or losing sleep. Simple.

Aussie Doctors, Backed by Experience

We put your health first. All our practitioners are Australian GPs with years of experience, and they’re passionate about men’s health. At Stagger you’re in safe hands.

Any Question, Every Answer

Nothing is off limits, ask your GP anything. Stagger members also gain access to our health guides and industry experts. Any questions or concerns you have, Stagger makes sure you get the answer.

Frequently asked questions about cold sore Treatment

Have a question that’s not listed?

Am I guaranteed a prescription and cold sore treatment?

Our doctors provide the highest standard of healthcare, which means that each patient is assessed on an individual basis. If the doctor determines that it is not safe for you to be prescribed a treatment for cold sores or that your symptoms appear different to a standard cold sore, they may recommend that you visit another GP in person to be further assessed. If this occurs, your consult fee will be fully refunded.

What are the symptoms of a cold sore?

There are usually several stages to a cold sore. Firstly, tingling and itching around the lips for a day or so before a small hard spot appears and blisters erupt. The second stage is small-fluid filled blisters which typically erupt along the border of your lips. Finally these small blisters may merge and then burst, leaving shallow open sores that ooze and crust over.

How long until a doctor responds?

A doctor will review your assessment and respond within 24 hours. In most cases it will be much sooner than this.

How does my order ship?

Once your treatment has been paid for, we will ship with free express delivery to anywhere in Australia, meaning your package should arrive within 1-3 days. Your product is shipped in an Australia Post package, which means it will be completely discreet.

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