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Fever Blisters In Throat
Herpes virus: Herpetic stomatitis is a contagious viral illness caused by herpes virus hominis (also herpes simplex virus, hsv). It is seen mainly in young children. This condition is probably a child's first exposure to the herpes virus. The sores occur in the mouth and throat. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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I was diagnosed with strep throat but I have fever blisters on my face and my fingers and hands are sore and tingley with bumps on them is this common?
Maybe something else: Your description suggests "hand-foot-mouth" disease. A viral infection (that does not always involve both hands and feet). It is more frequent in warmer weather. Look here to see if your symptoms match: http://www.cdc.gov/hand-foot-mouth/ ...Read more
I have a slight fever, blisters everywhere, a huge lump on my head like i was hit, a sore throat, no runny nose and i feel very weak.
Herpes simplex 1 vir: Cold sores or fever blisters tend to develop when an individual has a fever but can also be triggered by sun exposure, emotional distress, intestinal illness and menstruation. These blisters can recur in the same spot or in different locations.A sore or blister will typically take a few days or a week to resolve. Caused by herpes simplex i virus and are highly contagious. ...Read more
Time: Unfortunately these will have to heal on their own. Keep him on a "bland" diet with no spices and no carbonated beverages so that they do not become more irritated. Your dentist or physician can often prescribe a soothing oral rinse to help reduce the discomfort and enable him to eat more easily. Nutrition is very important at this time. Please see your dentist or physician to help your son. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there anything to stop the spread of genital herpes after finding out that the partner had fever blisters?
Confused: Fever blisters are usually referred to herpes labialis (cold sores, caused by hsv, type 1 virus), which is not genital herpes (caused by hsv, type 2 virus). Occasionally HSV 1 virus may be transferred during oral sex to the genitals of the partner of the infected individual, but this is not very common. The best way to prevent spread is to avoid direct contact with the infected body part. ...Read more
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