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What Is the herpes Zoster virus?

A: The herpes zoster virus cause of chicken pox, a common childhood disease that is marked with red, itchy sores, fever, and pain. This virus is transmitted by skin contact and is very contagious. It is quite common for one child to spread the herpes simplex virus to an entire class of other children, simply through skin contact. Once the initial chicken pox infection passes, the virus remains dormant in the body. The herpes zoster virus is not the same as herpes simplex. They belong to the same family of
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Does Listerine Kill herpes simplex?

A: No it does not. herpes simplex is transferred from skin to skin contact and will show up on the mouth. Listerine will not stop the infection. Listerine does have Virucidals but that does not mean that it is an effective treatment against or for herpes simplex. There are much better options on the market to date. Listerine antiseptic mouthrinse contains a combination of essential oils, including eucalyptol, menthol, thymol, and methyl salicylate. Broad-spectrum antibiotic properties have been demonstrated for Listerine® including against Streptococcus mutans ,herpes simplex virus, and influenza A

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Does Listerine Kill herpes simplex?

A: No it does not. herpes simplex is transferred from skin to skin contact and will show up on the mouth. Listerine will not stop the infection. Listerine does have Virucidals but that does not mean that it is an effective treatment against or for herpes simplex. There are much better options on the market to date. Listerine antiseptic mouthrinse contains a combination of essential oils, including eucalyptol, menthol, thymol, and methyl salicylate. Broad-spectrum antibiotic properties have been demonstrated for Listerine® including against Streptococcus mutans ,herpes simplex virus, and influenza A

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What Are the Different Treatments for herpes simplex Keratitis?

A: herpes simplex keratitis occurs when the herpes simplex virus infects the keratin of the eye. While this condition can be disruptive, its treatments are relatively simple. Some of the most common forms of treatment for herpes simplex keratits include using prescription medications, debridements, and steroid drops. In severe cases, surgery may be required to completely eradicate the condition. One of the most common forms of treatment for herpes simplex keratitis is through the use of medications. Examples of common medications that are used to treat this condition...


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herpes simplex 2

A: Genital herpes is caused by a virus and there is no cure for this. Once the infection sets in, it will be present throughout the person''s life. It can be quite unpleasant and painful. Genital herpes is caused by unprotected sex and the virus is transmitted when the unprotected skin touches the infected area. The anal and vaginal area is the most commonly infected place. Oral sex is also another reason for transmission of this disease. Since there is no cure having protected sex is the best way to make sure that it does not happen to you. Hope that helps! @Nandini herpes simplex virus-2 (HSV-2) causes genital

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treatment for herpes simplex

A: Try these simple home remedies to get rid of herpes simplex virus - Pouring warm water over the sores 3-4 times a day and then drying the area completely with the help of corn starch would also help in drying out the sores. The tannic acid present in tea helps to soothe the skin tissues; place wet tea bags on the sores and discard them after each use.If the pain and itching is more then, wrap ice in a towel and apply on the sores for 5-10 minutes. Avoid scratching or touching your sores, as this can pass the virus to other parts of the body like eyes or mouth. Wash your hands frequently and keep your nails short. Preferably wear cotton panties and cotton clothes to ensure proper air...
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  I have had herpes simplex one for most of my life. I found out a couple years ago that I also have simplex onegenitally.I''ve recently started seeing a new guy and when I tell him about this I also want to be able to tell him howwe can keep him from gett

A: Hi, herpes simplex virus either 1or 2 can be transmitted from an infected individual through vaginal or analor oral sex. It can also be transmitted through direct skin to skin contact from cold sores or fever blisters.You can prevent transmission of infection to your partner best by avoiding sex or by using condoms. If youexperience out breaks skin to skin contact should be avoided for preventing transmission of infection. Best....


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What causes herpes simplex?

A: It is caused by either of two herpes simplex viruses: ......


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herpes simplex type 2

A: This is a common problem and many people in around the world face it. The risk of this disease is multiplied if one has multiple sex partners. During the first few weeks of the infection there will be no noticeable symptoms. But once the symptoms appear they will last for several weeks. Sores and infections near the affected area is one of the main symptoms. This can cause itching and irritation around the genital region. Fever and muscle aches may also occur during the initial period of infection. Chances of recurring infection is quite high but the symptoms are usually much milder. @Ruchi herpes simplex virus 2 (HSV-2) is usually sexually transmitted. Symptoms include genital ulcers or sores. Other symptoms...


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Dose herpes simplex shorten your life or kill you?

A: nooooooooo not that i know of i think it does make a higher risk at you getting skin cancer No it doesn''t kill you. By the way, most everybody has herpes simplex. When you are exposed as a very young child, you are asymptomatic and develop antibodies, exposed in the teen years and you will present with cold sores or mono (EBV). No It doesnt shorten ur life but it does cause alot of illnesses http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/oral-herpes Why would you take something like that at face value from someone who is not a medical professional.......then why would you come to yahoo and ask instead of researching something like that for yourself....AGAIN taking someone else''s word for something who may or may not have any...


 
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