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How to treat herpes on the lips

How to treat herpes on the lips

How the virus enters our body The herpes virus, as a rule, a person can become infected while still in the womb or during contact with a sick person (through contact, common utensils, personal hygiene products, less often by airborne droplets). After entering the body, the virus goes to the nerve cells and dies down there for a while (persistent state). With a decrease in the body’s defenses, it “wakes up” and begins to multiply vigorously, which ultimately leads to…

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Herpes: what is it and what drugs to use?

Herpes: what is it and what drugs to use?

Herpes is translated from Greek as “creeping”. At the moment, the urgency of this disease has not diminished. It occurs in more than 90% of the population. What is herpes The most common causes of problems are herpes simplex virus types 1 and 2. Type 1 is herpes on the lips, eyes and mouth. Type 2 is genital herpes and herpes of pregnant women and newborns. How to understand that it is herpes? Take the most commonplace herpes on the…

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Herpes on the lips

Herpes on the lips

Labial herpes (herpes on the lips, herpes simplex) is a disease that is caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1. There are 8 types of herpes viruses, but type 1 is most often to blame for what is called a cold sore on the lips. How does the virus get infected? The virus can be infected in different ways: airborne, contact (through shared towels, cutlery, through kissing), sexually, self-[removed]when the virus enters healthy mucous membranes from the ulcers and…

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Genital herpes

Genital herpes

INFECTIONS OF THE UROGENITAL SYSTEM ORGANSUrogenital infections can reduce fertility in men due to direct damage to the germ cells by the microorganisms themselves, or by their toxins. Also, inflammatory damage is accompanied by the formation of free radicals and cytokines. Men most often develop urethritis (inflammation of the urethra), prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate gland), vesiculitis (inflammation of the seminal vesicles), epididymitis (inflammation of the epididymis), orchitis (inflammation of the testicle). Let’s consider the main ones: GENITAL HERPES: Genital…

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Herpes

Herpes

Once settled in the body, he remains with a person for his entire life. The virus slumbers in the cells of the nervous system, but from time to time it wakes up and begins to act. It is impossible to kill him or drive him out of the body forever. But anyone can learn to live with him. FEAR HAS BIG EYES Experts believe: there is nothing wrong with the diagnosis of “herpes disease” if exacerbations occur 1-2 times a…

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Adequate therapy for herpes viral infection

Adequate therapy for herpes viral infection

In the presence of herpes infection, adequate therapy should be carried out taking into account the nature of the lesion (local, generalized form), the primary or recurrent course of the disease. The main goal of the therapy is: relief of clinical symptoms, acceleration of resolution of clinical manifestations, reduction of the affected area, reduction of general intoxication; prevention of the development of an acute process or relapse, reducing the frequency of relapses, shortening their duration, increasing the time period between…

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Urogenital syndrome: gynecological symptoms often appear first

Urogenital syndrome: gynecological symptoms often appear first

What are the difficulties for a gynecologist associated with the treatment of urogenital syndrome? The first thing worth noting is that this symptom complex or syndrome has a very complex pathogenesis. Today, many molecular genetic aspects are being studied, but for practical medicine, the results of these studies do not change much and the range of drugs with which we treat is very limited. Unfortunately, all therapy is symptomatic, there is no pathogenetic therapy for OAB yet, and our main…

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Genital herpes. Symptoms and Treatment

Genital herpes. Symptoms and Treatment

Bubbles in the intimate area Bubbles in the intimate area can be a sign of genital herpes. Today, this pathology is one of the most common pathologies of a viral nature. Herpes in the groin is accompanied by vesicular rashes on the mucous membranes and skin. The cause of genital herpes can be two types of microorganisms – herpes simplex virus types 1 and 2 (HSV-1 and HSV-2). More than 90% of the world’s inhabitants are carriers of HSV. This…

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Herpes and infertility in men: what is the connection and what to do?

Herpes and infertility in men: what is the connection and what to do?

The connection between herpes viruses and male infertility is one of the most pressing and important problems in medicine today, given that about 40-60% of the adult population are infected with the herpes simplex virus (HSV). We are talking about the genital form, in which the disease manifests itself on the mucous membrane of the external and internal genital organs. In view of the urgency of the problem, we propose to study in more detail what is the connection between…

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What does herpes look like in the mouth?

What does herpes look like in the mouth?

Many people wonder whether there is herpes on the oral mucosa in general, since such a manifestation of the virus is less common than the notorious “cold sore on the lips” in the form of a rash in the mouth and blisters on the skin. However, numerous photos of herpes in the mouth of different types indicate that this stomatitis is common among adults and children with weakened immunity. If you are wondering what herpes looks like on the tongue,…

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