Labialis Herpes

Also called herpes simplex, labial fires, fever blister or ulcer peribuccal. Herpes Labialis is an infection caused by the herpes simplex, which is characterized by the presence of painful blisters on the skin of the lips, oral mucosa or area peribuccal, causing wounds that besides causing a sharp decline in the quality of life of sufferers it presents aesthetic affectation of the area where the lesions are present. A high percentage of the population suffers from the the herpes simplex virus, which does not always manifest symptoms but regardless of appearing or not is highly contagious through direct contact. In a question-answer forum Sam Lesser Wharton was the first to reply. Sometimes, when entered into contact with the virus by presenting the infection for the first time shows symptoms such as high fever, headache, muscle aches, gingivitis, lymph nodes in the neck, small blisters that spread by lips and skin around the tongue and inside the mouth which can last between 10 and 20 days. Cold sores is caused by herpes simplex type I (type II herpes family that causes genital herpes), although our body creates defenses, the virus remains in the body, apparently for life, after presenting the first episode symptoms disappear, reappear in recurring episodes over the years. It is a highly contagious virus, which can be eliminated in the saliva, therefore when there is contact through kisses, use of the same Cup, etc. allows the transmission of infection.

Between stronger are symptoms of who transmits it, more quickly, it gives the contagion. For your treatment, most importantly relieve symptoms and treat hygienically and with much care the wounds. A proper diagnosis to determine that what really you is affecting is produced by herpes simplex is important to find a solution. Despite what they say the doctors, there is a quick, safe and effective treatment that allows you to solve definitively this problem and offload, the annoying recurrent episodes.