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Herpes is extremley contagious! If left untreated the herpes virus may grow larger and multiply.

Heres the best collection of herpes images anywhere on the web. By been able to see what Herpes type 1 and type 2 looks like can help you get a better understanding of the virus and help you decide if you think you have contracted Herpes HSV1 or HSV2.

As you can see herpes if left untreated herpes can become very aggressive and can appear months or years after been infected. If you have the herpes virus in your body then you will have the HSV virus all of your life, as to date there is no cure. You can avoid outbreaks occuring in the future by boosting your bodies immune system and having a healthy diet.

Some of these images are great examples of what herpes can look like if it is left untreated for a long period of time, so it’s important to apply a treatment as soon as possible.

 

HSV1 images - Oral Herpes Images

 
 
                                     

 

                                     

 

                                     
 

Before a cold sore appears on your face your skin may feel slightly raised, and appear red and imflamed. This pain is called the prodrome (or warning symptom) and typically occurs around 2 days before the cold sore appears on the skin. A cold sore will normally appear as a blister, which goes a number of stages. The blister will turn into an ulcer and then form a crust before finally healing. A normal cold sore outbreak will last between 2-3 weeks. If you do develop a cold sore there is a 50% change of a recurrance, so many men and woman will not experience another cold sore having developed one in the past.

 

HSV2 - Genital Herpes Pictures

 
 
                                     

 

                                     

 

                                   
 

Outbreaks of herpes appear within the same area of the body as your very first outbreak. This is due to the nerves having a particular area of skin that it covers in the body. This means that the outbreaks are limited to the area of the body where the infection exists (such as the genital area) unless you contract or spread the infection somewhere else. This is the reason why you will develop herpes always within the same area of the body.

 

When or if a recurrence of the herpes virus does occur it is sometimes related to a time when the persons immune system is under pressure or weak, such as during a stressful time or after an illness. With cold sores, sometimes being out in the sunshine too long can cause a recurrence.

 

Other Condictions (see condictions confused with herpes)

 
 
                       
           
Genital.Warts
Canker Sores
Impetigo
..Shingles (Herpes Toster)..

 

                       
           

People can confuse other skin problems with herpes due to them discovering blisters or bumps on their genitals. Here in these pictures are the most common condictions which are confused with herpes. Click here for more comprehensive pictures of genital warts.

 

Any doubt about blisters and bumps on the genitals please consult a doctor or sexual health clinic so they can exam your herpes.
 

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