Here are some common questions I get about My Last Outbreak and herpes or cold sores in general. To read the answer you want, click the link of the question and it will scroll down to the the answer. When you are done reading, click the “Go to top” link and it will bring you back to this list of questions. Also check out The Ultimate Herpes Protocol (Visite la versión española del Protocolo Devinitivo Herpe aquí.)

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Questions About My Last Outbreak

  1. What Is My Last Outbreak?
  2. What Do I Get?
  3. How Do I Order?
  4. How Much Does It Cost?
  5. Is It Safe?
  6. Is There A Guarantee?

Questions About Herpes And Cold Sores

  1. What Is Herpes?
  2. How Do You Get Herpes?
  3. Is Herpes Curable?
  4. How To Test For Herpes
  5. Can You Get Rid Of Herpes?
  6. Will There Be A Cure For Herpes?
  7. I Think I Have Herpes… Do I Have Herpes Quiz?
  8. Is Cold Sores Herpes?
  9. Can Herpes Spread?
  10. How Do You Treat Herpes?
  11. Is It A Cold Sore?

My Last Outbreak

1. What Is My Last Outbreak?

My Last Outbreak is a holistic herpes treatment for stopping herpes outbreaks in 30-60 minutes and preventing future outbreaks for life. It works by attacking the herpes virus at it’s source from the inside out. Herpes has a weakness, and My Last Outbreak shows you exactly how to exploit that weakness to wear the herpes virus down until it dies. No one herpes treatment available does this. I know because I’ve tried them all. Go to top

2. What Do I Get?

You get the 50+ page My Last Outbreak digital book in PDF format available for instant download after you purchase. You also keep lifetime updates and support if you have questions. The book explains everything I did, step by simple step, to eliminate herpes from my life. Go to top

3. How Do I Order?

The fastest way to order My Last Outbreak is at this checkout page. This page is hosted by Clickbank, our merchant and vendor. They have been a trusted provider of digital-based products for the past 10 years. The order page is secured with 256-bit encryption, which means no one (including me) ever sees your credit card or personal information. Go to top

4. How Much Does It Cost?

My Last Outbreak is available for one small investment of $37. This covers our costs of advertising and running this website. I wish I could give it away for free, but there is too much competition to be able to get the word out. Also, I have to eat and support myself. The value you get far exceeds the small one time payment. This isn’t just a downloadable PDF, it’s a system for getting your life and your health back. That is priceless. Go to top

5. Is It Safe?

Yes. My Last Outbreak is 100% safe no matter your health or age. This is because it uses all natural remedies and not chemicals or lab-created medicines. The only side effects are better health and no herpes outbreaks. Everything is explained clearly in the guide to ensure proper safety and health. However, by purchasing you agree to not hold us liable as this is not health information, but just an opinion of the author and should not replace medical advice. (We have to say that). Go to top

6. Is There A Guarantee?

Yes. My Last Outbreak comes with a full 60-day money back guarantee. Try it out. Put it to work. Make the system prove its effectiveness at killing herpes outbreaks, and rejuvenating your health before you decide to keep it. If at any time during the 60 days you aren’t satisfied with your herpes free life, contact us and we’ll refund 100% of your money on the spot. No questions. No hassles. Go to top

Herpes And Cold Sores

1. What Is Herpes?

What are herpes? Herpes are blisters that are caused by a virus that resides in the cell walls of the spine. It is triggered by stress, alcohol, poor diet, and poor health. Herpes is a virus and cannot be wiped out by taking antibiotics or a shot. This is because it is protected by a layer of fat that keeps the virus safe and undetectable by the immune system. Go to top

2. How Do You Get Herpes?

Many people ask questions like, how can you get herpes, how do u get herpes, how can u get herpes, how can you catch herpes, etc. The way you catch herpes is by coming in to contact with someone who has an active lesion or symptoms. Sometimes people can show no signs or symptoms that they have herpes, but in fact are “shedding” the virus through the skin. These cases are rare, but they do happen, which means you can catch herpes from someone who has no signs or symptoms. Some people don’t even know they have herpes but their body sheds the virus without outbreaks and can transmit it to someone else. Go to top

3. Is Herpes Curable?

Herpes is curable, but a shot or a pill isn’t going to cure it. You have to fight the virus inside your body, not on the surface like so many over the counter creams do. You see, when the herpes virus isn’t active, meaning there are no external signs or symptoms, it goes into hiding. When it is in hiding, it cannot be touched by your immune system because it actually protects itself by hiding in the cell walls of your DNA. It goes completely undetected and stays alive this way. The way to cure herpes is to penetrate the cell wall where the virus resides and flood it with oxygen until the virus tries to escape and dies. This process occurs over 2-6 weeks of continuous treatment. With dedication, you can kill the herpes virus so you never get an outbreak ever again. Go to top

4. How To Test For Herpes

The best way to test for herpes is to go to an STD clinic in your area and ask for the Western Blot Herpes Test. Some clinics will test you for free or others will be covered by your insurance. If you don’t want to been seen in public or have any contact with people when testing for herpes, then you can order an online herpes testing kit. Although the prices are expensive, it may be worth knowing if you are in a serious relationship with a partner and value transparency and honesty in your relationship. Go to top

5. Can You Get Rid Of Herpes?

Yes. You can get rid of herpes. This is a known fact among certain groups of people with herpes, but not all. There is a lot of misinformation on the web about herpes, herpes treatments, and most of it is confusing or downright wrong. Herpes has a weakness like any other virus or disease. Fortunately, there are natural ingredients, produced in abundance and very inexpensive, that have been proven by real medical studies to kill the herpes virus completely. Unfortunately, these studies were not widely published because most of the herpes research is funded by the pharmaceutical companies who would rather profit from this virus than actually cure it. The good news is, you don’t have to dig up the results of this research, because I’ve done it for you. Go to top

6. Will There Be A Cure For Herpes?

Hopefully one day there will be a known herpes cure that eliminates the virus with a single shot or pill. Until that day, all we can do is keep ourselves healthy and apply treatment options such as those found in My Last Outbreak. This is the closest thing there is to a cure for herpes, but it takes work and commitment and it does not happen overnight. Today, pharmaceutical companies have a tremendous influence on the media and medical industry, and regular pump out propaganda that says herpes cannot be cured. This is convenient for them because they sell expensive drugs that suppress the virus. Go to top

7. I Think I Have Herpes… Do I Have Herpes Quiz?

You think you have herpes? Let’s find out. Herpes begins with a slight tingling sensation then escalates into a flu like feeling, and sometimes you get swollen glands and feel generally under the weather. If the tingling becomes stronger and turns into a very sensitive and painful blister that begins to ooze, then you have herpes. It’s not the end of the world if you have herpes, but there are some things you should be aware of. First, you are contagious if you have any active signs or symptoms. Do not have any physical contact with anyone you are close with until all symptoms are gone or you risk infecting them. Second, get tested to be sure it’s herpes. Third, start treating it right away and don’t take prescription drugs because they have horrible side effects. Go to top

8. Is Cold Sores Herpes?

Yes. Cold sores are herpes. Cold sores are essentially the HSV-1 or herpes simplex virus. This virus resides in the neck at the top of the spine. Genital herpes, or HSV-2, is also herpes and resides in the base of the base around the lower back. If you have a cold sore, don’t kiss anyone because you will transmit herpes to them and they won’t be happy about it. Go to top

9. Can Herpes Spread?

Yes. Herpes can spread very easily when symptoms are present, such as an active herpes blister. To prevent herpes from spreading to other parts of your body or to another person, keep the area extremely clean with soap and water. Do not touch it all until after a scab forms and the scab completely heals and the outbreak area looks the same as it did before it began. Herpes is very contagious and you should not take it lightly at all, always be careful, stay clean, and avoid contact with others until it’s healed completely. Go to top

10. How Do You Treat Herpes?

Herpes is treated many different ways. Some prefer prescription medications. Others prefer over the counter creams and ointments. Some swear by certain supplements and nutrients and others who have healthy immune systems don’t do anything at all and it goes away. The best way I’ve found to treat herpes is the method I follow in My Last Outbreak. I apply two all-natural healing substances to an outbreak and it goes away in 30-60 minutes with no more signs or symptoms. To get rid of herpes completely, you need to heal herpes from the inside out by attacking the virus at its source, boosting your immune system, and oxygenating your body. Go to top

11. Is It A Cold Sore?

If it feels tingly and continues to swell no matter how many ointments you put on it then it is a cold sore. Cold sores start with a slight tingle, then blister and swell. The blister acts like a little volcano, sending out copies of the virus so it can replicate and spread. It’s important to keep your hands clean and wash the outbreak with soap and water. Do not touch the outbreak because it will spread the virus across a larger area of your skin. Go to top

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