Self Test for Herpes
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boston.com — “People who have genital herpes can transmit the disease even when they don’t show any visible signs of infection, suggesting that routine tests are needed to help curb the infection, researchers said yesterday.” View full resource at boston.com
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drhyman.com — “Learn about the benefits of omega 3 fatty acids, what fish oil supplements to take, and simple, inexpensive self-test that will assess your omega 3 levels.” View full resource at drhyman.com
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Dr Adrian Blotner's goals are to minimize both physical & emotional suffering and to improve your ability to function in all areas that are important to you. He strives to treat all patients with compassion, respect, and the highest possible quality of care.
He offers treatments that help individuals to reduce both physical pain & emotional suffering, while improving functioning in all areas of their lives. Treatments include effective non-habit-forming medications, non-medication techniques, and careful use of narcotic pain medications where needed, with the first rule being "do no harm." Dr Blotner works with those under his care to minimize side effects while maximizing beneficial effects of medication. Family members are welcome to join for office visits, at the invitation of the patient.