Yes. I am not sure what you mean by "full fledged" infectious herpes, but I will say you do have active infectious herpes that can be transmitted and needs to be treated.
Maybe. A sore anywhere is difficult to self diagnose. It'd be a quick stop at a dentist office to get an opinion. If one develops a blister/bump on the lip from HSV, it is infectious. Care not to touch and spread the virus should be taken. A dentist can Rx you antiviral medications that are right for you.
Possibly. It is true that some cold sores on the lips are a form of herpes called herpes simplex type 1. This does not mean that you have genital herpes. Herpes viruses are common and many people get cold sores. If they are frequent then there are medications that your doctor can prescribe treat this type of herpes.
Cold sores. Commonly caused by the cold sore virus HSV-1, which is a herpes virus but rarely sexually related.
I have a cold sore on my lip, I forgot to wash my hands then I scratched my vagina. Does that mean I will get herpes? What is the chance?
Herpes simplex. It is unlikely that you will transfer the virus to your vaginal area. Most commonly the cold sore you have, if due to herpes simplex, is a recurrence at the site of your original infection with this virus, and that most often happens in the same place it was inoculated. Although it is conceivable that you will recur in another site it is very very unlikely.
ZERO. That never happens.
Yes. Cold sores are painful liquid filled blisters that can occur on the lips, roof of the mouth or the gums which are caused by the herpes simplex virus (hsv-1).
HV 1 or 2? . Oral herpes is a common infection of the mouth area. It is caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1 (hsv-1). There are two types of hsv, termed hsv-1 and hsv-2. See links for more information: 1) http://www. Emedicinehealth. Com/oral_herpes/article_em. Htm 2) http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000606.Htm.
If you have a cold sore on your lip can you accidentally give yourself genital herpes with no sexual contact?
You can not. Cold sore on your lip is caused by a different herpes virus than the genital herpes virus.
See a physician. The sore in your mouth is probably an aphthous ulcer which isn't viral and will resolve in 10-14 days...If you suspect genital herpes see your physician for advice and treatment options.
Not necessarily. Cold sores are relatively common and can be acquired without sexual contact. Some kids have them from an early age. The strain of herpes differs to some extent, from that of genital disease. However, those who engage in oral sex with someone shedding the genital virus can acquire cold sores from that contact.
Possibly. Cold sores are recurrent ulcers which are caused by herpes virus 1. This is not an std but it can cause recurrent symptoms and be transmitted to other people. Sores in the mouth can the result of other causes such as vitamin deficiency or other viral infections. Your doctor will be able to check for possible causes.
Yes. Cold sore is just one of the terms people apply to the manifestations of herpesvirus around the mouth. You can take preventive medication if they happen uncomforably often and there are topical meds to use when one breaks out. Make sure to take good care of your overall health and be considerate of your partner if s/he doesn't have it. It's a really common virus.