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Month: June 2021

Why does herpes appear?

Why does herpes appear?

The causative agent of the disease is a group of viruses that infect the skin, nerve cells, mucous membranes of a person. A rash appears on the body in the form of a group of bubbles, which dry out and disappear after the use of medicines. Herpetic infection is the most common among the adult population. The virus infects more than 90% of people, 10-20% of whom have an acute form of herpes. Once in the human body, pathogens accumulate…

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Dermatology myths article

Dermatology myths article

Very often, dermatologists are faced with severe, advanced cases in their practice. This is often due to the fact that there are many folk recipes that rarely help with various skin diseases. Sometimes this is an appeal to healers and fortune-tellers, the use of medicinal herbs, which often only lead to a worsening of the condition, as well as incorrect or irrational therapy of the existing pathology. There are also a number of myths and prejudices associated with skin diseases,…

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How to quickly cure herpes

How to quickly cure herpes

Symptoms of the course of the diseaseThe clinical picture of the disease depends on the type of pathogen and the localization of the affected area. Infection with all strains of herpesvirus is characterized by reddening of the skin or mucous membranes, the appearance of bubbles. Pain and burning may be felt in the inflamed area . But it is impossible to pierce the bubbles, this will aggravate the course of the disease. After two to three days, the bubbles begin…

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Herpetic infection

Herpetic infection

The disease is transmitted mainly through sexual contact from a patient with genital herpes or a carrier of HSV. Contact can be genito-genital, oral-genital, genital-anal, or oral-anal. Infection can occur when the partner who is the source has a relapse of the disease or, which is especially important, when he sheds the virus without having clinical symptoms of the disease at the time of intercourse or even not knowing that he is infected. It is not excluded the possibility of…

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Sexually transmitted diseases are like others, so don’t risk your health

Sexually transmitted diseases are like others, so don’t risk your health

Very often, patients who notice rashes, itching and redness in the intimate area, feel pain and pain during urination, think that they have contracted an STD, especially if they have recently had unprotected sex. But in reality, things may be different. Once again about the dangers of self-medication Sexually transmitted infections are often disguised as ordinary ones, without arousing suspicion, and non-infectious pathologies can easily be confused with STDs . But people persistently try to set themselves symptoms on the…

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Herpes: a gift for life

Herpes: a gift for life

From time to time, there are people who deny that they are carriers of the herpes virus or have ever suffered from this infection. Sooner or later we all come across this unpleasant diagnosis, so to speak, “face to face.” There are objective reasons for this: according to the World Health Organization, up to 90% of people on Earth are carriers of the herpes virus. In fact, the remaining 10% are children under 3-4 years old, because it is after…

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Herpes and pregnancy

Herpes and pregnancy

Urogenital herpes infection is often asymptomatic and for the first time can manifest itself in the form of pathology: ← pregnancy (polyhydramnios, threats of termination of pregnancy, miscarriage) ← fetus (non-lethal or fatal intrauterine infection, spontaneous abortion, stillbirth); ← newborn (congenital herpes, prematurity, low birth weight). Over the past 30 years, there has been a significant increase in the number of women infected with HSV-2 in the world. Etiology Herpes infection is caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV), one…

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How are wounds in the corners of the mouth treated?

How are wounds in the corners of the mouth treated?

What is the treatment for seizures in the corners of the mouth?What are mouth seizures?Biting in the corners of the mouth is a symptom of the disease most often associated with angular stomatitis, angular and slit impetigo. These lesions are tissue defects near the lip and are accompanied by tissue inflammation. It begins with the formation of a small blister. The blister fills with a cloudy or clear fluid. During a conversation or due to an external causative factor, a…

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Herpes: which doctor treats pathology

Herpes: which doctor treats pathology

Herpes is an infection of viral origin, which is carried by 90-95% of people worldwide. The disease is often asymptomatic and can make itself felt, for example, with a decrease in immunity. Herpes symptoms bring great discomfort, so it is important to consult with a specialist in time. Which doctor should I go to for herpes, what are the main causes and symptoms of the pathology? Types and causes of herpes Before you understand which doctor to go to with…

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Postherpetic neuralgia

Postherpetic neuralgia

Postherpetic neuralgia is a painful condition that usually follows an episode of herpes zoster. The term itself refers to a condition (pain after herpes). Shingles (herpes zoster) – the cause is the reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus, which is in a latent state in the human body and for unknown reasons is activated and causes an episode of herpes zoster. The exact reasons for the activation of the virus are not yet known. The reactivated virus spreads along the nerves,…

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