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Valtrex - can you give the herpes simplex 2 virus to someone who gives you oral sex?

A: 12 Dec 2011 Yes. http://www.drugs.com/enc/herpes-simplex.html Votes:+2CommentVote upReport bjoyful088119 Dec 2011 Yes, you can give HSV 2 to someone who gives your oral sex. Same thing if you have a cold sore- they could get infected with HSV 1.. but don''t worry- 98% of the population already has HSV 1. You can kiss someone else who has HSV 2- I wouldn''t after oral sex though. Votes:+1CommentVote upReportAdd your AnswerFind similar questionsSearch for questionsStill looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question. Search:Similar questionsherpes simplex - Do Valtrex and acyclovir have the same effectiveness when treating

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Can having herpes simplex 2 virus cause dark circles?

A: . herpes simplex 1 and varicella-zoster viruses can cause eye problems but I can`t find anywhere dark circles are listed as a symptom of genital herpes. However, a body that`s immune system is weakened by some other health problems can often produce those symptoms so I wouldn`t rule that out as a contributor.. ...


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Suggest some home remedies for genital herpes simplex.

A: Genital herpes is caused by the herpes simplex virus 2 (HSV). The first attack is more severe then the consequent ones. Pouring warm water over the genital area 3-4 times a day and then drying the area completely would also help in drying out the sores. The tannic acid present in tea helps to soothe the genital 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. Relapse of this virus often occurs due to poor immune system and increased stress. Avoid foods that stress your immune system like chocolates, processed/canned foods, refined foods (White...
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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 authorities need to be notified and may need to...


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If my husband stops taking his medicine for herpes simplex, will my outbreak risk increase?

A: This link provides information regarding genital herpes from Everyday Health: http://www.everydayhealth.com/sexual-health/STDs/what-are-genital-herpes.aspx. One point the article addresses is that if he had another outbreak, it could be passed to other areas of the body, including the lips, tongue, gums, eyes, and fingers. herpes can be passed from genital area to mouth, and vice versa, during oral sex. It could also be passed by touching the sore and then touching, scratching, or rubbing another body part. Outbreaks can be mild to severe if they occur again. Symptoms during outbreaks can include blisters, tender ulcers, pain, itching, burning, and flulike symptoms. Taking into consideration the possibilities of...


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Is genetal herpes a virus?

A: Genital herpes is a virus--specifically herpes simplex II (usually). Although not as common, you can get herpes simplex I genitally....


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herpes simplex type 1

A: herpes HSV 1 is a form of infectious disease that can be caused due to a viral infection. There is no cure for this and prevention is the only to make sure that you don''t get infected. Cold sores and painful blisters around the mouth are the most common signs of this disease. These sores can be extremely painful and they burst open after a while. Regular bouts of sores can be seen in those who have this problem. Generally, the effects die down after a while and it becomes bearable. A tingling sensation and numbness is the main symptom of herpes. @Nidhi herpes simplex -1 is commonly referred to as cold sores or fever blisters. It is a viral infection of the skin that may occur once or return...


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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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Can you be born beside herpes simplex?

A: Yes a baby can be born next to herpes. If the mother is currently having an outbreak of genital herpes during transfer it''s possible for the baby to contract the virus. As the babe is coming through the birth canal it can rub against the sores which can rationale it to contract the virus. This can be avoided with a C-section though. And, man born with herpes is REALLY uncommon. herpes simplex is a group of viruses (8 different kind to be exact). The most common kind of herpes simplex are cold sores (usually herpes

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If u have herpes simplex u cant.........?

A: I still think u can get AIDS by kissing a B.I.C.T.H.. Just be careful.. during an out break but you can still pass it along which simplex did you mean? I think there is more than one... but if you are referring to cold sores, then no, you shouldnt kiss, or even drink/eat after anyone else either. herpes is very contagious and you can even spread it without having a cold sore. You really should be careful though because once you get herpes you can''t get rid of it... If you have an outbreak of sores, you should not have any contact with anyone. This will cause for you to spread the virus. You can still pass the disease on without and active infection. you should never kisss anyone or have...


 
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