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Can You Get Herpes On Your Nose
There are different types of herpes infections; herpes simplex infection of mouth (gingivostomatitis) and lips (labialis) are the most common. Others include genital herpes, and herpes zoster. Herpes infection could very mild to very dangerous depending on the type and location of the body affected. I ...Read more
My bf hAs herpes, i went down on him several times and started gettin sores in my nose, thoyght it was something elsr, its not. Its herpes, now what?
Or impetigo: Yellow crusty sores in the nasal area are usually impetigo (bacterial skin infection) - but if the sore is always in the exact same spot, and starts with painful blisters, it could be herpes simplex. There are treatments for both, so you should see your doctor or a dermatologist the next time it happens, get it cultured, and find out which it is. ...Read more
When I get a cold and fever I get a Herpes-zoster like outbreak around the nose, but not that because the pain is not as great. What could it be?
Once you get a herpes sore on your nose do they frequently start showing up there like mouth herpes or is it just one time? :t
Varies: The way herpes behaves is very different from person to person. Some people will have many outbreaks, when under stress or eating trigger foods (peanuts, oatmeal). But others will have no future outbreaks at all. Taking good care of yourself helps. Lysine 500mg daily can suppress outbreaks if they are a problem. Prescription anti-virals can be used too if needed. ...Read more
Can I get plastic surgery if I have Herpes Zoster in the eye? I want to have my nose and breasts done in the future , will it be possible?
Zoster or simplex?: Do you mean herpes zoster (shingles) or herpes simplex? Zoster is unlikely to be a problem. Operations on the face and eyes can trigger reactivation of HSV1 in people with oral or facial herpes, usually (but not only) in people with known oral herpes (cold sores, etc). But this can be prevented with anti-herpes treatment if necessary. Breast surgery no problem. Discuss with your plastic surgeon. ...Read more
Not likely at all: Especially if that's the only symptom.Get a more detailed answer ›
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