jueves, 19 de abril de 2007

Cold Sores Herpes Virus

Cold Sores are really the herpes simplex virus that causes blisters to form on your lips and on the inside of you mouth. This is the initial infection. These blisters develop into painful ulcers. Your gums become swollen and deep red, and often the tongue is furred. You may have a fever and feel generally unwell. The older you are, the more severe the infection. After the infection has cleared up the virus lies dormant. Later, another infection(commonly a cold), or exposure to sunshine or wind, reactivates it. This causes a blister to form that bursts and forms an encrusted cold sore on the edge of you lip or somewhere else near you mouth. Herpes simplex infection of the mouth is very common and seems to present no serious risks to your general health. They are very painful. The main danger involved is that, during the first infection, if you touch the ulcers and then you eye it could cause a herpetic corneal ulcer.
I have had cold sores since I was very young and I find that stress also causes an outbreak. The only thing I have found to work is Nichols Soap N Stuff Healing Ointment. http://cgi.ebay.com/Emu-Oil-Healing-Ointment-1-oz-Jar_W0QQitemZ220097609606QQcategoryZ1279QQcmdZViewItem
It is a soft gel of Emu Oil, Tea Tree Oil(a natural antiseptic). If you put it on at the first tingling sensation it will prevent the blister from forming. If you already have the blister it goes into the affected area and heals from the inside out. It doesn't stay greasy on the outside like many other treatments that look so unsightly. I know this works because I have used it over and over. It is good for any blisters anywhere on the body.
If you have genital herpes try it on that also. I have customers tell me it really works great!
Have a Happy Healthy Day!
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