Herpes Lesions

Herpes Lesions
Herpes Lesions

herpes lesions are present during a herpes outbreak. these red runny wounds associated with both herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1) and herpes simplex virus 2 (HSV -2). HSV -1 known as oral herpes or cold sores causing blisters around the mouth. HSV -2 known as genital herpes causing blisters around the penis vulva vagina anus and rectum. Blisters go through stages eventually scab over and disappeared.
lesions rarely condensation inside the mouth although it is possible. times the herpes lesions undergo neck or even eyes. a doctor should always be consulted in serious cases and when the first outbreak occurs. there are prescriptions available that can treat the effects of herpes but there is no cure.
Blisters may also appear as open wounds with a dark red or whitish tips. these wounds quite painful and should be treated cautiously. whenever possible should herpes lesions be allowed to breathe. such wounds can make it difficult to urinate or perform a bowel movement. It is imperative that the affected lot wash their hands after contact with herpes lesions not to transmit the disease to others.
It is important to note that HSV -1 and HSV -2 can both cause herpes lesions in the mouth or genital area. While it is technically referred to as a sexually transmitted disease (STD) the herpes in the Herpesviridae dna family. it is the same family that causes chickenpox shingles and Epstein-Barr including infections. herpes lesions are not the same as pockmarks or shingles though.
but the virus is usually spread by skin -mot- skin contact with someone shedding the infection it can also be transmitted during childbirth. While rare this could be a dangerous problem. usually but sends a sexual partner disease during vaginal anal or oral sex. partner need not be surrounded by an outbreak to spread the virus. it is more likely to be scattered when lesions are present however.