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genital herpes course will be available by April 2019

For every course, we give first 100 accounts for free. In order to get your free account, leave us your name and email address and we will notify you as soon as the course becomes available!


Genital Herpes is one of the most commonly sexually transmitted disease in the world. Globally, an estimated two-thirds of the population under 50 are infected with herpes simplex virus type 1. An astonishing fact is, most people with genital herpes don’t even know they have the disease. That’s because in most cases it either produces no symptoms or very mild ones. In people who do have symptoms, it often starts with small itchy blisters that eventually break open and produce raw, painful sores that scab and heal within a few weeks. The blisters may also be accompanied with painful urination, fever and muscle aches. Our team aims to help people take care of themselves through care at home and protect their loved ones through simple precautions to prevent outbreaks and transmission of the disease.

Who is this course for?

It’s a practical course which is primarily for patients. When it comes to dealing with genital herpes, friends and family members can play a huge role and that’s why we will have a caregiving section in this course to help them help their loved one.

How much will it cost?

Our basic membership starts at $15 per month.
However, we are giving away first 100 accounts of all new courses for free!

If you sign up today, we will notify you once this course becomes available and send you your login credentials so you can take this course.

What’s included in this course?

This course will have 16 information filled videos which will help you understand how genital herpes effects the body and what can be done to manage it. You will also get guides and checklists you can use to make positive lifestyle changes. Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease, which is why we are here to show you simple ways to cope with the disease and prevent its transmission to people you care for.