First of all, if you ever have any reason to believe that you have the virus inside your body or that you have been recently infected with this disease, it is very important that you review the different signs and symptoms of an infection. The best thing to do is to gather all of the information that you can possibly find so that you can make a sound judgement.
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See a Doctor
After reading through all of the probably signs and symptoms of this disease, the next step, and probably the most important thing that you should do right now is go to a physician to get yourself checked for the disease. Your doctor will know how to handle the infection and they will be able to prescribe the appropriate type of medicine to you.
Don’t get your hopes up, though. There is still no way to cure a herpes infection.
Symptoms Do Not Immediately Appear
One of the important facts that you have to realize about this disease is that you will not immediately be able to know that it’s there. The symptoms do not show up until after a few days or up to a month so please be careful who you interact with because you might be spreading the virus to them as well even if you do not do it intentionally.
Anyone Can Get The Herpes Virus
Nobody is “immune” from this disease so do not go around believing that you will be a “lucky” person and be one of those that are bulletproof against this disease.
You have the same chance as anyone on this earth of catching the infection if you expose yourself to the risk of getting infected.
Symptoms May Vary From Person to Person
Different people may exhibit different symptoms of the disease. Some people get a fever while some people seem to have no indication that they are infected at all. However, there are some symptoms that are very common in all types of cases.
- A prickling feeling in the part of the skin that has been infected. This prickling might later turn into the next type of symptom which are…
- Blisters and sores. These blisters tend to crust and ooze and they are very nasty to look at. Also, they are very infectious.
- These become really unpleasant and can cause you some pain and suffering. Make sure you clean your hands after you make contact with these blisters before you go out and make sure you don’t come into contact with other people. You might infect them.
- Your lymph nodes may swell especially those near the pelvis. When this happens, this usually means that there is something wrong in that area of the body. It is definitely time to see your doctor.
Do Not Touch Those Blisters!
If you touch the blisters that are caused by the herpes virus and you touch other parts of your body, you might spread the virus there also and make the actual recovery from the outbreak much longer.
The Frequency of Herpes Outbreaks May Vary
There are many people who get herpes outbreaks on a regular basis. These may happen maybe twice or three times a year. However, there are also people who do not seem to have any outbreaks for as long as they can remember.
The way a person’s immune system deals with the virus vary widely and some people’s immune systems are much stronger than others’.
And there you go. A quick summary of the things that you may expect to experience and some short facts about this disease. Please share them with your other friends so that they may be better informed of the things that can happen when this disease is involved.
And as always, be safe and come back later for more!
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