Oral Herpes Information
Close to 80% of the population has the virus that causes oral
herpes. Many of them do not get blisters but they still carry
the virus. Oral herpes is just one of about eight different viruses
in the herpes family. Most people think of genital herpes when
they hear the word herpes but there are other viruses as well
such as the one that causes fever blisters.
Oral herpes information is important so that people gain knowledge
on the topic and know what to do if they have it themselves. It’s
important to learn how it is and is not transferred to another
person and what treatment is available if you have it.
What is Oral Herpes?
Oral herpes is a viral infection that causes fever blisters
or cold sores on the lips and mouth area. The blisters are painful
and also contagious.
How to Find Oral Herpes Information
There are different ways to find more information on herpes.
One way is through articles like the one you are reading. There
is a wealth of information on the internet regarding herpes and
the treatment of herpes.
If you have herpes, you should always consult your doctor. Feel
free to ask any questions you may have on the topic and your health
and be sure to ask your doctor first before trying any treatment
you may have heard of from other sources.
Learn More about Fever Blisters
You can learn more about fever blisters and the stages of fever
blisters as well as how to recognize one from the other articles
on this site. You may find pictures of fever blisters to give
you an idea of what they look like.
Learn About HSV 1
You can learn more about HSV 1 (herpes simplex virus type 1)
and other herpes viruses on this site. You can find lots of information
regarding HSV 1, the symptoms and the treatments available.