There are two forms of the herpes simplex virus. Cures for either form of the virus have not yet been made, but both can be managed using herpes remedies. HSV 1 is very common and is often referred to as cold sores or fever blisters. Herpes type I outbreaks are usually preceded by a tingling for 1-2 days and normally last for 3- 7 days after crusting over. HSV 2, or genital herpes, can take up to 2 weeks after exposure to appear and may reappear 2-6 times during the first year. Both types of herpes can be transmitted to the genital region through sexual contact.
In the video below, dermatologist Dr. Stuart Zweibel, MD, PhD discusses the symptoms of both types of the herpes simplex virus. Without a cure, treating herpes properly is essential. …Read More»