Thursday, January 15, 2009

signs of herpese simplex i on lips

signs of herpese simplex i on lips? Did you mean signs of Herpes Simplex 1 on lips?

If so, the most tell-tale sign of having the HSV-1 strain of Herpes is the appearance of a cold sore. A cold sore is a small open wound on or around the mouth. Cold sores usually last a few days or may extend to a few weeks. Cold sores are contagious. This is why you should avoid physical contact during an outbreak.

If you have cold sores, you are not alone. In fact, the HSV-1 strain of Herpes is very common as it may be passed from a simple kiss by grandma or sharing a cup with an infected family member. Cold sores will not kill you, they will simply annoy and embarrass you.

While there is no cure for Herpes, despite what some products claim, there are ways to control the symptoms of it. If you have Herpes, please consider taking Viralprin. Viralprin is safe, effective, and all-natural. It contains ingredients which have been shown to alleviate the symptoms of Herpes including cold sores in addition to helping improve the immune system.

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