My 11 year old DD has a cold sore she is using cold sore cream is their anything else she can do it is frustrating her ...
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21-08-2014 18:23 #1
21-08-2014 18:31 #2
L lysine tablets help to decrease severity and duration
21-08-2014 18:49 #3
Those covers for them are great according to my DF
21-08-2014 18:53 #4
I read on another earlier thread that you can now buy the tablets over the counter that used to be prescription only. It's an antiviral of some sort.
21-08-2014 19:04 #5
22-08-2014 17:36 #6
Ice cubes are great for killing them quickly
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22-08-2014 17:53 #7
Lime jelly then papaya cream.
22-08-2014 18:03 #8
Tea tree oil
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