Posts made in November, 2017

6 Weird Things That Can Trigger a Cold Sore

6 Weird Things That Can Trigger a Cold Sore

Cold sores are a common viral infection that 50 to 80% of American adults are suffering from these days. Despite the name, the condition is caused by (HSV-1) the herpes simplex virus type 1. The virus can be spread from person to person through skin contact and sharing cups and glasses. Cold sores usually appear with painful and blistery bumps; but sometimes, the virus presents no symptoms. That is why many people do not realize they have it....

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Safest Treatment Options for Cold Sores During Pregnancy

Safest Treatment Options for Cold Sores During Pregnancy

Cold sores (oral herpes) with fever blisters are too common to everyone can catch. Women with pregnant especially may be put at a danger of contracting the infection. Due to hormonal changes or through skin contact, they get cold sores in some cases. Normally, the infection only causes irritation at any time. But if you’re pregnant, it induces more concern. The discomfort may increase your stressful that has impact on your baby. Thus, women...

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Prevent a Cold Sore From Forming

Prevent a Cold Sore From Forming

Cold sores caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV) that often forms around your mouth or on your lip. All people will have an equal chance to get the infection at some point of lifetime. You can contract the virus by skin contact through kissing and having oral sex with an infected person. Or sharing eating utensils also put you at a risk of catching cold sores. Cold sores with fever blisters or clusters are the common symptoms of the HSV type...

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