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herpes simplex 1 in Children

A: Hello Tbkele, herpes simplex type 1 can be contracted by oral or genital contact. There is no such thing as "genital herpes simplex 1" per se. Either herpes simplex type 1 (usually the oral variety) and herpes simplex type 2 (usually the genital variety) can occur at either location. Where the virus first enters, the signs of infection-- the blisters & rash-- develop. It is highly likely that the toddler may have been in contact with herpes through sexual or other inappropriate contact, and...


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Tested Positive for herpes simplex 1, What To Do?

A: chop ure dick off Taken directly from: http://kidshealth.org/teen/your_body/skin_stuff/cold_sores.html Maybe you''ve heard of a fever blister a cold sore is the same thing. They''re pretty common and lots of people get them. So what exactly are cold sores and what causes them? What''s a Cold Sore? Cold sores, which are small and somewhat painful blisters that usually show up on or around a person''s lips, are caused by the herpes simplex virus-1 (HSV-1). But they don''t just show up on the lips. They can sometimes be inside the mouth, on the face, or even inside or on the nose. These places are the most common, but sores can appear anywhere on the body, including the genital area. Genital...


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herpes simplex 1

A: Hello Jon, You are 110% correct. A cold sore is a cold sore and it can be passed on through kissing and oral sex. You can give and recieve herpes through oral sex and intercouse. Basically when the blister opens and the clear liquid comes out, it is active and contagious. It will remain active until the blister scabs and falls off and new skin grows in the affected area. Please take care when she has an open sore, she could pass it on to you. Don"t be fooled into thinking that you can not get genital herpes through a sore on the mouth. Jenni Paradise, M.A....


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Can herpes simplex 1 be spread via genital contact to someone else who already g

A: 7 months agoKeep in mind that there are 2 types of "herpes"; herpes simplex 1, the type more commonly found in cold sores, and herpes simplex 2, the type most people think of when the hear the word "herpes"...(the bad one, where you get more frequent, severe outbreaks, most commonly on the genitals)''7 months agoAlso, we are free of any other s.t.d.'s and always have used condoms with ALL of our "other" sexual partners. (This is irrelvant to herpes because condoms generally will not prevent the spread of either type.) '' herpes
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herpes simplex 1?

A: Both herpes simplex 1 and herpes simplex 2 are viruses that cause ulcer-like sores in the mucosal areas. The difference between type 1 and type 2 is really insignificant from a clinical standpoint. Both are spread by direct contact. Both can affect the genitals or the lips. Both cause the same burning sensation. The only difference is mainly on a molecular level, minor DNA differences, etc. Both tend to recur in the area that was previously affected. 90% of the time herpes 1 affects the mouth, but it can affect the genital area as well. Similarly, 90% of the time
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herpes simplex 1 question?

A: 31 Dec 2011 No, you can not. It can not be transmitted that way. Votes:+1CommentVote upReportSearch for questionsStill looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question. Search:Similar questionsI found a prescription for Valtrex in my boyfriend''s name. We''ve been together for several months &?... I''ve never noticed any warts or genital sores, & He "Claims" his dermatologist prescribed it for his face! He doesn''t get ... 4 answers11 Sep 2009 • herpes simplex Iridocyclitis - how long...


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Is there any drug stronger than Valtrex for herpes simplex 1?

A: Therapy for the first episode is the most critical. Treatment reduces the risk of neurologic complications, limits the severity and duration of the disease, and provides symptomatic relief. For evidence of active disease, acyclovir (Zovirax), valacyclovir (Valtrex), and famciclovir are approved. Therapy should be started within 48 to 72 hours of onset of signs or symptoms. Dosages and duration of therapy differ depending on the drug and the immune status of the host. Duration of therapy should be extended until all lesions are resolved, particularly in the immunocompromised population. Resistance to these drugs is very rare. Check with your physician before changing any medications or dosages. Lowell Sterler, RPh...


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does herpes simplex 1 cause outbreaks in your genital area?

A: herpes labialis is an infection caused by the herpes simplex virus. It leads to the development of small and usually painful blisters on the skin of the lips, mouth, gums, or lip area. These blisters are commonly called cold sores or fever blisters. Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted viral infection that is characterized by repeated eruptions of small, painful blisters on the genitals, around the rectum, or covering adjacent areas of skin. HSV-1 is responsible for only 5-10% of genital herpes cases, while HSV-2 causes the majority of genital herpes cases. HSV-2 can be transmitted through...
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What is the definition of herpes simplex 1?

A: herpes simplex virus-1 (HSV-1) is one of the eight human herpesviruses, from the viral subfamily alphaherpesvirinae. It is the virus that causes most cases of cold sores, and it is a very common infection.EffectsOral infection with HSV-1 leads to cold sores, also known as oral herpes or herpes labialis. Genital infection with this virus can lead to genital herpes....


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Can you catch herpes simplex 1 from kissing?

A: Yes as a mater of fact most people contract HV1 from the lips of Mum Dad or a siblinging their younger years....
 
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