Herpes is common in a large proportion of the population, not least because this highly contagious disease is not always recognised at first by those people who suffer from it. There are two types of herpes virus, herpes simplex-1 virus and herpes simplex-2 virus, known as HSV-1 and HSV-2...
The herpes simplex-1 virus typically starts with flu-like symptoms and possibly fever and tingling in the affected area and then blisters start to appear that are red and white in colour and finally, when the blisters or sores start to heal, a crusty scab of a yellowish hue starts to form.
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