FAQ's for Oral Herpes

What is Oral Herpes?

Oral herpes, also called cold sores or fever blisters, is a painful infection that occurs on the lips, mouth, and the surrounding areas. It can affect the mouth in general and produce stomatitis and affect the gums producing gingivitis.

Should you see a Doctor for Oral Herpes?

Yes. You must definitely see your doctor as he will be able to diagnose you properly and decide what line of treatment will be necessary.

Is Oral Herpes Contagious?

Yes. It is highly contagious and spreads even by casual contact. It can also be spread sexually and hence an infected person should be careful not to get very intimate with others.

How Common is Oral Herpes?

It is pretty common and is found to attack more than 50% of the population at some point or the other in life.

What Causes Oral Herpes?

Oral herpes is caused by the Herpes simplex virus 1 mostly; however, Herpes simplex virus 2 can also cause it.

What are the symptoms of Oral Herpes?

Initially, an oral herpes outbreak may appear as an irritated area.  This can be accompanied by burning, itching, or tingling in the region where the herpes outbreak will eventually appear. When left untreated, the appearance of a cold sore, or a cluster of very small fluid filled blisters, is usually what occurs next during an oral herpes flare up.

Symptoms caused by HSV 1 infection (HSV 1 is known to affect the following areas of the body.)

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