Suppress
herpes.

Pilot makes it cheaper, easier, and more discreet to get treatments from Australian GPs and pharmacists.

  • 100%-online process

  • Australian doctors & pharmacists

  • Free & discreet delivery

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Know more, stress less.

You can’t cure HSV, but in most cases you can suppress it.

That means dramatically reducing the severity and number of outbreaks and also the risk of transmission to sexual partners.

The good news:

Daily suppressive therapy reduces recurrences by 80% (in many cases there are zero further outbreaks. It also reduces transmission risk by approximately 50%[1].

It is cost-effective and is made available by Australian GPs.

The even better news:

Pilot makes accessing doctors and those treatments simple.*

*Prescription medication is subject to doctors consultation on the Pilot platform

HSV treatment plan

Based on Australian GP guidelines, a doctor can create a personalised treatment plan for you, which may include prescription medications.

From

$15 /outbreak

Pilot Box

GP-prescribed treatments, delivered.

Pilot cuts out the middle man and connects you directly to independent doctors and pharmacists via telehealth.

If you’re suitable for treatment we can ship the most trusted medications available from Australian pharmacies straight to your door in two month intervals.

Herpes Simplex Virus 101

  • Stats

    • About 3.7 billion people under age 50 (67%) have the HSV-1 infection globally[1], mostly as oral symptoms (cold sores).
    • About 417 million people aged 15-49 (11%) worldwide the have HSV-2 infection[1] which is most commonly sexually transmitted (genital herpes).
  • Causes

    • The virus travels through tiny breaks in the skin or mucous membranes in the genital areas.
    • Herpes infections are the most contagious when symptoms are present but can still be transmitted to others in the absence of symptoms.
    • 70% of new infections are passed on to a partner when no symptoms are present.
  • Signs

    • Early symptoms may include mild tingling in the genital area or shooting pains in the buttocks, legs, and hips which can indicate an outbreak.
    • Multiple genital ulcers ranging from mild discomfort to painful.
    • Burning during urination
    • Fever, headaches, muscle and joint pain

FAQ:

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