What are Herpes Symptoms?

What are Herpes Symptoms?
      Some Herpes Symptoms are:
  • *As soon as you feel the tingling in the area of your herpes infection, you should increase your dose of H-Eraser and H-Eraser+ These products can help minimize your symptoms and the duration of your outbreak.

    Facts about Herpes Symptoms:

    Herpes sores are in the facial area for oral herpes, while genital herpes involves the penis, vulva, rectum, and areas below the waist.

    Symptoms usually appear within 2 to 20 days after contracting the herpes virus.

    Symptoms can last from days to weeks, and can vary in severity depending on the person.

    Tingling may begin up to 2 days before the appearance of blisters for those who have suffered a few episodes.

    Many people are asymptomatic and have no visible sores and are unaware that they have herpes, but can still spread the virus (Asymptomatic shedding).

    Less common infections occur in the eyes, on the hands, and in the esophagus.

    Herpes is most contagious when sores and symptoms are present.

    Herpes infection can be passed to a newborn during childbirth and can cause neonatal herpes, which can be life threatening to the infant.

    Symptoms may include:
    Cold sores or fever blisters
    Blisters that break open and form sores and ulcers then scabs
    Burning, itching, and pain in the infected area
    Sore throat
    Flu-like symptoms
    Swollen lymph nodes in neck or groin depending on whether it is oral or genital herpes
    Pain when urinating
    Vaginal discharge
    Penile discharge
    Muscle pain
    Difficulty swallowing
    Pelvic pain
    Asymptomatic (When are no symptoms, but you can still shed the virus.)