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Herpes Simplex

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Hi See if this helps you more than me, reason for this link is this, you can see your sore and I cant, so if you read down this list you can pick out...
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Hi Sounds like it could be just a yeast infection, you can get over the counter meds, or you can try the more natural ways around, just google yeast...
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No, if you had a positive herpes test, it is most likely positive....having a yeast infection will not adversely effect this DNA test. Vaginal yeast...
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No, your saliva is not always carrying the herpes viruses. Most of the time, you are capable of speading the virus when you have an active lesion...
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First, make sure this is actually herpes. There are many viral infections that can occur in the mouth that can mimic herpetic lesions. Have you had a...
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If they need or deserve kissing, go for it. While some studies have shown that herpes simplex type 1 (fever blisters, cold sores) can potentially be...
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Technically, yes. Herpes simplex is directly contagious and can occur on the buttocks itself, so if you used a toilet relatively soon after another...
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There are two types of Herpes Simplex: Type 1 & Type 2.  Check out that information to get started. Here also is some information on oral...
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There is no cure for herpes simplex. Once a person has the virus, it remains in the body. The virus lies inactive in the nerve cells until something...
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Some people experience very mild genital herpes symptoms or no symptoms at all. Frequently, people infected with the virus don't even know they have...
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Although there is no cure for herpes, treatments can relieve the symptoms. Medication can decrease the pain related to an outbreak and can shorten...
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Often, the appearance of herpes simplex virus is typical and no testing is needed to confirm the diagnosis. If a health care provider is uncertain...
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Symptoms of herpes simplex virus typically appear as a blister or as multiple blisters on or around affected areas -- usually the mouth, genitals, or...
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Herpes simplex viruses -- more commonly known as herpes -- are categorized into two types: herpes type 1 (HSV-1, or oral herpes) and herpes type 2...
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