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I got herpes from a fever blister on my fiance' lip...now i have to live with it forever...what to do?

A: stop kissing ppl with herpes on their lips Herpecin cream. Get it OTC at the drug store. Be gone in 2 days. i guess you don''t have a choice do you? You are gonna have to live with it! I would get mad at my fiancee for not telling me he has freakin HERPES!! thats horrible... give him a permanent set of teeth marks on his butt well, just try and make sure that you and your fiance don''t spread it to each others genitals. Though not the same simplex as oral herpes, it can be spread to the genitals also. First Hon, find someone to kick his ***! Next get to a doctor and see what treatment you need to live your life with some what normalcy. Sorry this happened to you. A...


What Causes Baby blisters?

A: Skin irritation or trauma accompanying allergies or diaper rash may cause blisters on babies. Local and systemic bacterial or viral infections associated with chicken pox, cold sores, or impetigo commonly produce visible symptoms involving fluid filled vesicles. Mite or spider bites may produce irritation and subsequent blistering. Epidermolysis bullosa, a genetic disorder, affects the microscopic skin structures, producing blisters. Treatment depends on the size, extent, and location of the lesions along with underlying causative factors.. Systemic or topical allergies generally trigger an immune response, alerting the body to release...


What's the best treatment for a 3rd degree burn?

A: the best burn creams you can find or ask a doctor. To be more specific, topical antibiotics such as Mycitracin are useful in preventing infection to the damaged area and Lidocaine can be administered to the spot of injury and will generally negate most of the pain. Yeah, in addition(because of my 2 thumbs down), you really should see a doctor, but that''s probably what they''ll give as treatment. Of course those are prescription meds anyway, so you''d have to see a Dr. to get the meds. drug induced coma?stay in the ICU. You need to see a doctor, they will give you this cream that has sulpher...


  I was diagnosed with Herpes Simplex 2 last week through a blood test. My doctorbelieves that I am experiencing aprimary outbreak. I have had 2 lesions on mylabia within 2 weeks. This morning I noticed a small spot on my upper lip. Ihad the same pre-c

A: Hi One should consider oneself Infectious from the first sign of an outbreak to the healing of the last ulcer. HSV can also be spread by asymptomatic carriers, while on the other hand many people can have herpes withouttransmitting the virus. Babies can also acquire HSV from being kissed by someone with cold sores, blisters orrash. Once a person is infected, however, the virus hides within nerve cells and remains in the body. thevirus can remain "asleep" (dormant) for a long period of time (latency).the...


What Are the Common Causes of Pus in blisters?

A: Common causes of pus in blisters are bacterial infections that are minor in most cases but can sometimes lead to further complications. Most types of pus result from a purulent infection where the immune system is triggered to fight harmful bacteria. Pus in blisters is frequently found in surface skin conditions such as acne, folliculitis, minor burns, or cold sores resulting from the Type I herpes simplex virus. Other causes of pus in the inner body tissues include strep throat, tooth abscesses, or infected tonsils.. Mild burns on the skin often form fluid-filled


What are the signs for herpies?

A: I just found out I have Herpies and I was very scared. I had a fever and itching, burning, blisters, and could barely go to the bathroom. It was very uncomfortable. the doctor told me that a lot of people have Herpies and never know it. Some people can live their whole life without knowing it. Also if you are going to the doctor the test may also show up a false negative if you are not currently having an outbreak. I have taking a positive out look at this point because that is all I can do. Herpies are just like the normal fever blister on your lip. In fact it is the same virus. You can also...


Can I use Lidex Gel on fever blisters?

A: Fever blisters, which are also known as cold sores, are caused by herpes simplex 1, a contagious virus. there are 2 types of herpes simplex, herpes simplex type 1, which usually causes cold sores and herpes simplex type 2, which typically affects the genital area. Although herpes simplex 1 may not cause symptoms, sometimes painful and ugly colds sores can appear. Cold sores typically appear on the lips, chin, cheeks or in the nostril, but can also occur on the gums or roof of the mouth. there is no cure for the herpes simplex virus and cold...


Was it me or the dentist?

A: People biting their lips can surface sometimes when they are doing dental work, and their lips are numb. the best item would be for the dentist to say it as soon as it happen, and show it to the patient. Lips can also be massively dry, and irritated after dental work because the dentist has to verbs on them in directive to see better. It is however possible that your dentist touched it with the burr and be dishonest, as we never know. I am a dentist, it happened to me twice contained by 10 years because they jumped from dread, and I told


How Accurate is a blood Test For Herpes?

A: the accuracy of any blood test for herpes depends on many factors. Some types of testing are more efficient than others, and the time between contraction of the virus and testing can play a major role in whether or not the results will be accurate. False positives and false negatives are both fairly common, mostly due to the fact that some tests do not check for type-specific herpes. Additionally, some antibody tests can mistake antibodies manufactured in response to other viruses for those manufacture red in response herpes. Either


black spot in mouth?

A: It's most likely a "blood blister" and will go away on it's own. He probably bit down on the inside of his cheek and may not have even noticed doing it. It likely just a small pocket of blood that has turned dark. It should go away in a few days. If it doesn't, he should see his dentist just to make sure it's not something else. Good luck to your friend and tell him he should be fine....

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