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Painted Turtle Herpesvirus Virus
How to prevent hsv-1 to spread to other people? And what medication should I take the virus is very light on me!
Hsv: More information is needed location of outbreak etc let us know ...Read more
In order to "shed" HSV 1 & 2, would you have to have had a primary outbreak at some point? Or can u shed the virus without ever having any sores?
Not sure what you: are asking. A person who has infection with Herpes Simplex virus may have viral shedding even in absence of a skin lesion. The viruses that are shedding can infect someone else. In some cases a person can spread the herpes simplex virus to another location on their own body. ...Read more
I have hsv-1 what is the chance that I could transfer the virus to my bf, when I have no cold sores present?
Up to 50%: Half of all people have hsv1 by the time they go to college. So there is a 50% chance that your boyfriend already has it and there is no issue about passing it to each other. Even without an active cold sore, there is some asymptomatic shedding that occurs always, so you can pass it to him even if you don't have cold sore if he is negative for hsv1. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When a person gets infected by HSV virus for the first time and the episode is filled with sores and a fever, how long does the fever last usually?
I am HSV-2 positive, recently I heard about "The ultimate herpes protocol" to inactivate the virus in my body, could this be possible?
Myths: No. That is a sham. It filled up all of our spam boxes for weeks recently. ...Read more
My boyfriend has herpes simples virus. I think it's HSV-1. I'm worried. What should I know about this virus & how to treat it?
HSV-1: HSV-1 in laymen term is a cold sore. It is very common. HSV-1 is usually acquired in childhood by contact with oral sections that contain the virus. If there is frequent outbreaks of the virus then antiviral medications can be used to suppress the virus. Best to avoid contact with any active lesions. If he has HSV-2 then condoms would help. ...Read more
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