Avoiding Herpes Simplex Transmission

Herpes simplex is a virus that causes blisters otherwise called fever blisters or cold sores. It is possible to transmit this virus to others. Herpes simplex transmission occurs when a person infected with this herpes simplex virus touches another person after touching the cold sores. Herpes simplex transmission also occurs through kissing. Hence kissing a person infected with herpes simplex virus instantiates herpes simplex transmission from that person. This virus will remain dormant for many years and there is a possibility that you may not know that you are infected by herpes simplex virus. Most of the herpes simplex transmission occurs due to genital herpes. This genital herpes is caused by the type 2 herpes simplex virus. To avoid herpes simplex transmission due to HSV2, a person has to restrain from sexual contacts with the person infected.

When a person is exposed to sunlight or if the immune system gets weakened due to cold or fever, the symptoms of herpes simplex may occur. To avoid herpes simplex transmission from other persons to yourself, it is better to enhance your immune system. This is done by taking supplements of vitamin-C and vitamin-E. Combine equal parts of tinctures of echinacea, calendula, oats, burdock, and lomatium and take 1/2 teaspoon four or five times a day to boost your immune system and thus avoid herpes simplex transmission from other persons.

Herpes simplex transmission also occurs if you have sexual contact with a person affected with herpes simplex virus. If your partner has genital herpes, you need to avoid having sex with your partner during the active outbreak of the herpes simplex virus. This is will help in preventing herpes simplex transmission from your partner to you. If your partner has active facial herpes, it is better to avoid oral sex since there is chance for you to acquire genital herpes. These are some of the ways to avoid herpes simplex transmission. One another way to avoid herpes simplex transmission is the use of condoms. If the condom is not covering the infected area in the genital there is every possibility for herpes simplex transmission to occur. Hence more precaution has to be taken to avoid herpes simplex transmission due to genital herpes.




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