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Herpies simplex one???HELP?

A: . This is an infection caused by the Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-l) which is associated with infections of the lips, mouth and face. HSV-2 is associated with genital lesions and is transmitted by sexual contact. HSV-2 can be transmitted to a newborn during vaginal delivery if the mother is actively infected. Infection occurs after exposure to the virus through a break in the skin, or through mucous membranes. The virus spreads to nerve cells within the body and then to other skin surfaces. The symptoms include genital lesions, fever, vaginal discharge, sore throat and in some cases memory loss. Avoiding direct contact with an open lesion will lower the risk of infection. Safer sex behaviours including the use of condoms may further lower the risk of...


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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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Herpies simplex one??HELP?

A: Yes you can. Genital herpes is caused by herpes simplex virus 1 and 2. Genital herpes is more commonly cause by herpes simplex virus 2, but herpes simplex virus 1 can also cause it. If you hold sex with your boyfriend (vaginal, oral, or anal) or any character of DIRECT skin to skin contact with the infected nouns, the virus can be spread to you. it can be, but it is very dying outforget whether you''ve got I or II. Herpes is herpes is herpes. it is possible to hold a vaginal delivery, but the babe-in-arms may have a lifetime of problems. it is recommended to ALWAYS use a condom near a STD. discuss this with your doctor.It is an STD. Here''s a intertwine with info on treatment and avoiding getting it. There are...


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tested positive for herpes simplex one help me please?

A: Most everyone will test positive for herpes 1 because it is the virus that causes cold sores. It is not genital herpes. Irritation and watery discharge can be a fairly normal occurrence in that arrea. See if Vagisil will help the itch. A discharge is very normal and a pantiliner should help with that....


simplex one related drugs: acyclovir topical  · Blistex  · Zovirax Topical  ·
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my husband has a cold sore which is herpes simplex one, can he give me genital h

A: 10 months agowell i went to the doc, and he said i am ok, and a cold sore is NOT AND STD! '' You are NOT paranoid...open cold sores can cause infection that will never go away...NO Play when cold sore is open or blister stage. Herpes I (cold sores) and Herpes II (gentital herpes) can infect both mouth or other....You have a right to be worried. Good luck...


simplex one related drugs: Blistex  · goldenseal  · Maintain  ·
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Can one catch Herpes from kissing?

A: It''s called the "kissing disease" as well as herpes. Yes, you can catch Herpes simplex 1 from kissing. Not Herpes simplex 2. In order to catch it you must come in contact with the virus (so you wont necassarilly get it from kissing, but it is possible). It is nearly impossible to get it from kissing unless the person you are kissing has visible symptoms of Herpes simplex 1. Side Note: the only difference between Herpes simplex 1 and Herpes simplex 2 is that simplex one affects the mouth or eye, and simplex 2 affects the genitals or anus. Genital herpes is spread easily. The virus...


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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 herpes isn''t typically caused by HSV-1; it''s caused by another type of...


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HSV 1 & 2 simplex Antibodies.

A: Hi Again, Mia, It"s important to note that whatever you are finally diagnosed with, that information is only between you and your health care provider. No one else need know. You can always tell someone something, but you can NEVER UNTELL THEM!!  Also, you are in good company, as as many as 60% of all adults have been exposed to, and infected with HSV. Think of herpes as a nuisance skin/nerve virus that only rarely causes signficant morbidity (disease and disability). The specific test you had was for detection of IgG for herpes simplex. The lab my clinic uses for blood tests for herpes are the following: Herpes simplex Virus Type I and II Antibodies, IgG and IgM Herpes

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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 mouth, herpes of the...


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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 include acyclovir, famciclovir, and valacyclovir. These medications are typically all prescribed in...


 
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