What do Herpes – Symptoms of Herpes

03May10

The most frequent, what does herpes look worthy of a response. Education is such an important part of prevention and fight against this virus, as it is now 25 percent of U.S. population infected. Before getting into what works like herpes, look, let's discuss what herpes. Some of this information may already know, but hopefully will be something that you can not find your knowledge about the virus further.

There are two types ofHerpes simplex virus HSV-1 and HSV-2. Type 1 is usually as cold sores, found that around the mouth and eyes (ocular herpes). Type 2 affects the genital area, although it is known that HSV-1 can also reside in the genital area.

When I say that I live, the herpes virus does not go away. It 's only by eruptions, but during their hibernation, lives in the nerve endings where outbreaks occur. In HSV-1, nerve endings close to the ear and HSV-2 is the resultthe lower base of the spine. According to the American Social Health Association, under a microscope, HSV 1 and HSV-2 is virtually identical, sharing approximately 50% of their DNA.

Now we go into why you're here. What does herpes look like? It 'seems wrong to think that a pimple, although in the early stages of herpes may be that what begins as a red bump similar to herpes. distinguishing the signs and symptoms of herpes and its severity, as some experienceAll symptoms and some no experience.

The beginning of the red belly is accompanied by a burning, tingling or itching. This feeling is particularly strong as before or a pain like a carpet burn or described a sensation like sunburn. After this stage of the herpes virus is carried out on an aspect of the bubble, as it fills with fluid. Once you break the wound is open later in the healing phase, as scabs, like a scab. Herpes does not leave the scar, and this process can take from fiveDays to 3 weeks.

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