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About Hsv 2 Vesicles
Had 2 cbc 3 mths apart, wbc were 5.10 and 6.30 nuphril was 2.64 and 3.95lymph were 1.84 and 1.75 , are these results normal? Had two hsv 2 outbreaks
All is normal: Your WBC, neurtrophil, and lymphocyte counts are normal. They naturally vary and there is no evidence of any health problem. These results have nothing to do with your HSV2 infection. ...Read more
Hi I have been tested positive for hsv 2 but have never had symptoms I recently shaved my genitals and last night saw like two pimples that developed?
Had 3 small pimples on penis. Two on the shaft one on the head. Hsv 2 neg and hsv1 pos. 2 weeks later look better but have 4 fluid filled pimples ?
See below: Herpes may only appear as a skin infection. Small, fluid-filled blisters (vesicles) may appear. These blisters rupture, crust over, and finally heal, often leaving a mild scar.It can also spread throughout the body (called disseminated herpes). In this type, the herpes virus can affect many different parts of the body-brain, liver, lungs and kidneys... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not directly: Hsv 2 a viral infection, and lupus an autoimmune disease have completely different causes and pathological courses. However, people who are treated for lupus usually take immunosuppresive drugs and are therefore more susceptible to infections. So it may be easier for them to get herpes or experience breakouts. ...Read more
Active culture: U need to culture the lesionGet a more detailed answer ›
Usually very similar: When a baby is exposed to hsv2 during birth, the symptoms usually include the appearance of tiny vesicles, or blisters, on the baby's body, but the distribution may be different than in adults. The blisters will show up in 2 to 12 days. The pediatrician who is examining the baby may consult an expert in pediatric infectious disease if there is a question about whether it is herpes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
None, unless...: Unless there are some good, human research studies that show there is a definite beneficial effect with monolaurin, there is no need to use it for herpes. Testimonials and marketing hype do not count as research. Since monolaurin is not a real, fda-approved medication, one cannot be sure about the products for sale (may vary in purity, additives, effects, side effects, etc...). ...Read more