YES, yes they rule the world so you better not catch them
There is only a small chance of spreading herpes when there are no signs or symptoms.
Unfortunately yes! always use protection to prevent spreading the virus.
It is possible to contract herpes when it's dormant.
It can stay dormant for years.
Yes they can.
Yes it can
When the herpes virus is not active, it is dormant.
Herpes is not transmitted by polluted water.
Herpes is spread by coming in contact with the herpes virus. The herpes virus can be spread even when a person isn't having an outbreak.
Yes. Cold sores are from the herpes simplex virus. Herpes can also be transmitted through oral sex.
Hsv -1 (herpes simplex virus) can be transmitted through the sharing of saliva/kissing. hsv -2 is transmitted through sexual contact.
No. There is a brief period when the virus is transmitted before sores are visible.
herpes virus or allergy to the sun The Herpes virus that causes lip blisters is not an STD, it is a virus called Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HPV1). The sexually-transmitted disease type of Herpes is HPV2. So don't worry, having those sores on your lip doesn't mean you have an STD.
A fever does not cause fever blisters, just like a cold doesn't cause cold sores (they are the same thing) but if infected with the Herpes Simplex I virus, a person's immune system is compromised and the virus can come out of its dormant stage. Too much sun, stress, certain foods, suppressed immune system are a few of the predisposing factors that can bring the Herpes Simplex Virus I out of its dormant stage. Remember once you have the virus, you will always have it. There is no cure.
HSV-1 is Herpes simplex virus type 1. Most HSV-1 infections become persistent, which is why people with cold sores get cold sores repeatedly. The virus becomes dormant in certain nerve cells, and during periods of stress the virus can reactivate and the cold sores reappear.
Herpes simplex virus, or HSV, a very common sexually transmitted infection.
Herpes zoster is caused by varicella virus, the same virus that causes chickenpox. If someone with herpes zoster lesions has skin-to-skin contact between those lesions and the skin of a person who has not had chicken pox or the vaccine, that person may get chicken pox.As it is caused by virus it is infectious diseas.
Shingles is caused by a virus called Herpes Zoster. It is basically the result of chicken pox that has been dormant for years. It emerges years later as shingles.