What are symptoms of hsv1?

Cold sores. Initial symptoms may be more severe than just cold sores. Fever, lymphadenopathy, malaise, and rash of the affected area. This is usually more common in children and infants and sometimes is mistaken for a bad teething episode. Secondary infections are almost always cold sores.
Cold Sore Symptoms. Often times the area is itchy with a stinging sensation prior to the development an area of very small bumps usually around the lip area. The area then slowly scabs over and heals within 1 - 2 weeks.

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What other symptoms common to hsv1 vs hsv2 besides genital blisters? How can you tell difference between these viruses? How's the transmission done?

Herpes 101. These are two separate viruses. Type two is more dangerous. It can infect the eyes of newborns and lead to blindness. Men who have sex with men who have herpes type two are five times more likely to get hiv. The only way to tell if you have been exposed and to which or both viruses is through a blood test. 90% of infected people never have visible signs of infection. Read more...
HSV. Hsv1 is generally oral infection only and hsv2 is generally genital. They are passed with bodily fluid contact. Hsv1 and 2 can be passed with oral sex. A test by your doctor can tell if it is type 1 or 2. Practice safe sex always. Read more...

True that you are less likely to get hsv1 in the genital area (oral sex) if you already have it in the mouth area? What are symptoms of genital hsv1?

Yes it's true. I think this is your third question. People are immune (or at least highly resistant) to new infections with the HSV type they already have, anywhere on the body. Symptoms are identical for HSV1 or HSV2, typically with blisters that become painful sores, first infection often with swollen lymph nodes nearby, sometimes fever. Genital HSV1 usually causes far fewer recurrent outbreaks than HSV2. Read more...

What are all the symptoms for hsv1 please?

None! . There are no symptoms of hsv1 this is the virus that can cause the herpes symptoms which most commonly causes lip sores known as fever blisters or cold sores. To know if you have the hsv1 virus with never had having an outbreak of herpes you would have to be tested to confirm. Read more...
HSV1 vs HSV2. Usually, HSV1 is located in/on the lips and oral cavity and HSV2 is located in/on the genitalia; however, this is not always the case, as the two variants can be transpositioned. To answer your question, symptoms include: itchiness, localized swelling and pustule(s) formation, scab formation and HIGH rate of transmission if touched. Take Valcyclovir at first prodromal symptom, will reduce length. Read more...
HSV1 symptoms. (HSV-1) typically causes cold sores. Cold sore blisters can occur in many different parts of the body but are most common on or around the lips and cheeks and last 7 - 10 days. Read more...
Get burning pain. or a tingling them you break out in a blistered rash that lasts 7-10 days. Your doctor can prescribe an anti-viral which can shorten the course. Read more...