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Amazon has 2 pack, Abreva Docosanol Cold Sore Treatment 10% Cream Tube, 2g Tube for $20.01 ($17.90 w/ 5+ items) when you checkout with Subscribe and Save. Shipping is free.

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get a prescription for valacyclovir. It will heal it within days
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Take L-lysine supplement pill 1000mg once a day and you will never see a cold sore ..

It's just amino acids , but it will keep your immune system in shape so you will never fall behind and get that virus active ..

They are cheap on amazon or you can find them buy one get one free at cvs or Walgreens .
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This is a good price, I was looking at this in the store last night and one tube cost over $17.
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get a prescription for valacyclovir. It will heal it within days
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Take L-lysine supplement pill 1000mg once a day and you will never see a cold sore ..

It's just amino acids , but it will keep your immune system in shape so you will never fall behind and get that virus active ..

They are cheap on amazon or you can find them buy one get one free at cvs or Walgreens .
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get a prescription for valacyclovir. It will heal it within days
I got an RX just by sending a message to my doctor via their health portal. I recommend anyone dealing with cold sores to do the same. I pay just under $4 for a dose and keep it on hand so I am always ready for an outbreak. If taken early enough, it can prevent the tingling from progressing into a sore.

But aside from that, abreva works decently in its own right, if a sore develops. But the valacyclovir is super effective.
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I think Abreva helps shorten the duration of cold sores but I find that the active ingredient Benzalkonium Cloride 0.13% works faster than Docosanol 10% found in Abreva. The blisters from cold sores stops "growing/spreading" faster when I use Benzalkonium Cl. 0.13% vs when I use Abreva.

You can find Benzalkonium Cl. 0.13% in similar tubes next to Abreva. It's also the active ingredient in Bactine.

I'm not threadcrapping, just want to share my experience and what has helped me.
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I have been using Docoshield lip balm for the last 2 years and have not had an outbreak. It has docosanol 10% also. I pick it up on Amazon.
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Take L-lysine supplement pill 1000mg once a day and you will never see a cold sore ..

It's just amino acids , but it will keep your immune system in shape so you will never fall behind and get that virus active ..

They are cheap on amazon or you can find them buy one get one free at cvs or Walgreens .
FYI these are usually massive horse pills. In my opinion the prescription recommendation is the only way to go.
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I got an RX just by sending a message to my doctor via their health portal. I recommend anyone dealing with cold sores to do the same. I pay just under $4 for a dose and keep it on hand so I am always ready for an outbreak. If taken early enough, it can prevent the tingling from progressing into a sore.

But aside from that, abreva works decently in its own right, if a sore develops. But the valacyclovir is super effective.
Also ask your doc for a 30 day prescription. You will likely pay the same copay for 30 as you would for 2-3 pills. You don't have to take it daily, just when you feel the tingle or when you feel it's necessary.
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Take L-lysine supplement pill 1000mg once a day and you will never see a cold sore ..

It's just amino acids , but it will keep your immune system in shape so you will never fall behind and get that virus active ..

They are cheap on amazon or you can find them buy one get one free at cvs or Walgreens .
My pappy did that and never got them after he used the pills. I only gwt them like once a year if that when im over stressed or id do the same method
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