What is Herpes Labialis?
Herpes labialis is an infection characterized by an eruption of small and usually painful blisters on the lips, mouth, or the skin around the mouth. These blisters are commonly called cold sores or fever blisters.
Should you see a Doctor for Herpes Labialis?
Yes. It is advisable to see a doctor because he will be competent enough to confirm the diagnosis and treat accordingly.
Is Herpes Labialis Contagious?
Yes. It is highly contagious and therefore it is necessary to avoid intimacy with infected people and to avoid use of infected items such as towels, soaps, clothes, eating dishes, etc.
How Common is Herpes Labialis?
It is very common and is known to infect nearly half the population at least at some stage in life.
What Causes Herpes Labialis?
It can be caused by both the herpes simplex virus 1 and 2 but the former is responsible in a majority of cases.
What are the Symptoms of Herpes Labialis?
Symptoms such as itching, burning, increased sensitivity, or tingling sensation may occur about 2 days before lesions appear. This is usually followed by a rash or skin lesion around or on the lips, or in the mouth. Blisters can form which are filled with a yellowish fluid. Many small ones can coalesce and form big blisters which later break open, exude the fluid, slough off and leave a raw surface underneath.
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Symptoms caused by HSV 1 infection (HSV 1 is known to affect the following areas of the body.)
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