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The two different types of Herpes

 

Each year, an overwhelming number of adults become infected with one of two types of herpes (virus). It can easily be spread among individuals by skin to skin contact. Herpes may appear on various areas of an individual’s body as single blister eruptions or in clusters.

 

Many people with herpes may have no signs at all when infected.

 

Current statistics show that nearly 25% of sexually active adults have genital herpes in the United States. This accounts for 67 million people. However, sexually active white adolescents are among the most likely to be carrying the disease. Experts tell us that soon, herpes simplex will have affected ninety percent of the population aged fifty or older in the United States. A staggering 80% of those with herpes are currently undiagnosed.

 

There are two types of herpes simplex virus or HSV. These two types are known as HSV-1 and HSV-2. Some refer to HSV-1 as oral herpes or the “good” herpes virus and to HSV-2 as genital herpes or the “bad” herpes virus.


Let’s look at both types of herpes in greater detail.

 


HSV-1 or the “Good” Herpes


Herpes Simplex Type 1 generally affects a person’s lips and mouth and are generally known as cold sores or fever blisters. All symptoms of this type of herpes usually occur on the face of the individual. Most people develop fever blisters or cold sores that are extremely painful and unattractive in appearance.


HSV-1 causes an infection that is mild yet bothersome. However, this type of herpes can spontaneously reoccur with potentially damaging effects…

  • Herpes Simplex Type 1 may infect the eyes leading to ocular herpes. This can often be very serious leading to blindness.
  • Although rare, HSV-1 may spread into the brain causing herpes encephalitis and often resulting in death. This type of herpes is identified much like the other. There will be a sudden outbreak of tiny blisters in cluster formation. These blisters will erupt usually leaving behind a sore on the skin.

HSV-1 is more easily contracted than HSV-2 with many become infected with the “good” herpes through a very simple kiss on the cheek.

 


HSV-2 or the “Bad” Herpes


Herpes Simplex Type 2 is the more serious of the two types. This type is commonly known as genital herpes.


With HSV-2, symptoms begin occurring when the virus resting near the bottom of the spine is activated. Lesions begin to develop and appear on the cervix, vulva or other part of the vaginal area. These lesions may also appear on the thighs, buttocks and penis or around the anus.


Other commonly experienced symptoms of genital herpes may include itching, swelling and pressure to the groin area, swollen lymph nodes, headaches, fever, nausea, fatigue, sore muscles and achy joints in the arms or legs.

 

Complications rarely develop from infections with HSV-2 and other areas of the body are usually not affected. Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease or STD. Individuals can contract genital herpes from any type of sexual contact with an infected person. Herpes will remain dormant in the body of an infected person for the remainder of their lives.

 


Natural treatment for Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV-1 and HSV-2)


Both types of herpes are very easily spread. These two types are highly contagious during an active outbreak. Obtaining proper medical treatment for the Herpes Simplex Virus is imperative in controlling the disease. Treatment will help to reduce the number of outbreaks and their severity.


There is no cure for herpes at this time. Preventative and palliative measures are the greatest defense against the spread of the herpes simplex virus.

 

 

 Natural Treatments

 

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Additional Topics on Herpes

  1. The Difference between Genital Herpes and Oral Herpes?
  2. The symptoms of Herpes
  3. The Homeopathic way to Treat Herpes

 


 

 

 

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