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What's the difference between herpes simplex Virus Type 1 (HSV-1) and herpes simplex Virus 2 (HSV-2)?

A: idk dont want either one and both prob suck Name and location. no real difference -both are a virus and can be controlled with antiviral meds. they can be transmitted sexually and by direct contact. they are found in any warm, moist spot on the body. I am pretty sure one is genital herpes and one is oral herpes, Like cold sores are a type of herpes. Generally, a person can only get HSV-2 infection during sexual contact with someone who has a genital HSV-2 infection. HSV-1 can cause genital herpes, but it more commonly causes infections of the mouth and lips, so-called "fever blisters." herpes simplex 1 usually is associated with the...


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What is the herpes simplex Virus?

A: herpes simplex virus (HSV) encompasses two viruses that are related and both belong to the herpes virus group, which is much more extensive. Other herpes viruses include those that cause illnesses like chickenpox. Typically, herpes simplex virus conjures up images of either having genital herpes or repeated sores, and causes for these may be HSV II or I. Some people infected with herpes simplex virus may have both viruses, and others have just one. HSV II is most commonly associated with the...
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My daughter has herpes simplex virus, can she also have mono at the same time?

A: Yes, it is possible to have multiple viral diseases. Blood tests at the doctor''s office can identify what is wrong with your daughter. Of course she can. which simplex? 1 or 2. simplex 1 is like a cold sore. simplex 2 is like the genital kind. Which one does she have and then maybe you could find out by looking that one up on the web. I think when you have cold like symptoms...that is not good. A doctor could answer this best. If her mouth is swolen up and she is drooling yelp she can. herpes is just a couple of sores. have her try campho phenic to dry them up. Sure both are opportunistic type diseases. Lower resistance for what ever reason can result in multiple infections. She needs to...


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What is the permanent cure for herpes caused by herpes simplex Virus?

A: The only permanent cure is death. Once you have the virus- you have it for life- there is no cure- you can only treat the symptoms- like the open sores. there is no parmenant cure. imedicine help to controll it . There is no cure...Once you have it, you always will. There is medication you can take daily to prevent breakouts, and there is medication you take when you have breakouts, but nothing to get rid of it completely.....Prevention is the best answer: Condoms... Currently, there is not a known cure for herpes, and Im not sure we will ever have a known cure. The reason being is that the antibodies for herpes will always be in the blood. There is a company called Aurx that is working on a vaccine for herpes, one...


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Your great-aunt, who is known by the family to have the herpes simplex virus causing cold sores, kisses your child on the mouth. ..

A: This is a more than awkward situation. You don''t want to run the risk of offending your aunt and chances are she isn''t considering the risks of spreading the virus. Even more, you don''t want your child to have the herpes simplex virus. If you''re aunt is someone who wouldn''t overreact, approach the subject head on. Explain to her that you know she loves your child and would in no way harm them on purpose, but that by kissing him or her she could be spreading her cold sores. Go on to explain that the majority of people who have this virus contracted it completely innocently as a child. Simply ask her to show her affection in another manner. If you feel someone else could speak to her without causing an issue, ask them to do it. Since...


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How To Minimize herpes simplex Virus-1 (HSV-1) Outbreaks

A: herpes simplex Virus-1 is a virus that causes viral and infectious diseases that are commonly acquired when sharing food, beverages or when kissing an infected individual. It appears as sores around the mouth or face. It can also be painful, like blisters when stretched or touched. It is so contagious that even if the sores have become a scab, it can still infect other persons easily. This is why you have to be very careful at all times. There is no known cure for this illness, however it is not as dangerous as it sounds. Usually, it takes two to twenty-two days for the blisters to fully intensify. It will then abate for a period of time before it totally disappears. There is a way to minimize it especially when there is HSV-1 outbreak in...


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How does Zorivax treat the herpes simplex virus?

A: herpes simplex virus can now be treated by a highly selective drug, acyclovir (Zovirax), that interferes with an enzyme critical to the growth of the DNA chain....


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What are natural treatments for the herpes simplex Virus?

A: Smoking will have a negative effect on your herpes simplex. Though it may not be directly linked to outbreaks, stress is...and cigarettes certainly don''t help. I know you are looking for natural treatments, but i just wanted to briefly recommend Abreva, a non-perscription cold sore medication. It works wonders. Not only does it reduce th cold sore in size, but it will help it heal quicker. The one downfall is that the tiny little tube is quite pricey. As for home remedies, you should give tea tree oil a shot. Its a natural oil that is known to have healing properties. Just place a few dabs on with a cotton swab. It has a slightly minty taste that should tingle and relieve. Warm compresses work as well. Another remedy is called Manuka...


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Genital bump caused by the herpes simplex virus

A: It is hard to tell whether the bump on the vulva was genital herpes without seeing it and based solely on the data you provided (had intercourse one month ago, bump that was popped and looks like scar with white in the middle). Genital herpes is an infective disease that is transmitted via sexual intercourse. It is caused by herpes simplex Virus (HSV). It is presented with genital sores like papules (elevated above skin surface and not filled with fluid) or vesicles (filled with fluid). The sores usually appear in clusters and this is the only fact that advocates that it was not genital herpes. However, in order to be sure, you might want to visit a gynecologist for...


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  herpes simplex Virus Type II IgG

A: Hello bmb20007, Welcome to ask medical doctor.com. As per the history mentioned in the post {cold sores everyone or two years}, you seem to be already suffering from herpes infection, you could be a carrier, as thevirus can be transmitted through skin-to-skin contact or direct contact with the lesion or through intercoursewith an infected person. The test what you have done - HSV type II IgG, is a herpes culture test or Antibodytest, helps in diagnosing and assessing the patient?s medical and general condition. There are usually twokinds of antibodies ? IgG and IgM. The presence of IgM antibody indicates active or recent infection, whereasthe presence of IgG antibodies indicates a previous infection. But a significant increase in the HSV II...


 
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