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These other herpesviruses cause their own set of signs and symptoms, and are different from the signs and symptoms of infection caused by the Herpes Simplex viruses HSV-1 and HSV-2.

Statistics indicate that an average of 75% of the human population has Oral/Facial Herpes, usually caused by HSV-1, which manifests usually on the lips, and is referred to by most as “Fever Blisters” or “Cold Sores.” (This statistic varies between 50% and 90% of the population based on demographics and socio-economic factors.) Most people acquire the virus in early childhood through non-sexual contact with someone who has the virus on their lips. Genital Herpes is considered by some to be epidemic and spreading at an estimated rate of a half million people per year.

Recurrences, unlike the first oral infection, usually produce only a single sore on the rim of the lip.

Rarely, a recurrence involves a sore or small cluster of sores on the gums or roof of the mouth.

The rates of HSV infection have increased significantly in the past ten years or so.

About 80% of people with HIV are also infected with genital herpes. It infects about one out of four women and about one out of five men.

In addition, people usually feel sick and have a fever, a headache, and body aches.

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Because of this, as much as 25 % of the people infected with the herpes infection are ignorant about their condition or may not recognize the symptoms.

Periodically, the virus reactivates, begins growing again, and travels through the nerve fibers back to the skin—causing eruptions of blisters in the same area of skin as the earlier infection.

Sometimes the virus is present on the skin or mucous membranes even when no blisters can be seen. Reactivation (recurrences) of a latent oral or genital HSV infection may be triggered by a fever, menstruation, emotional stress, or suppression of the immune system (for example, by a drug taken to prevent rejection of an organ transplant).

An episode of cold sores can develop after physical trauma, such as a dental procedure or overexposure of the lips to sunlight. The first oral infection with HSV usually causes many painful sores inside the mouth (herpetic gingivostomatitis).

Before the sores appear, people may feel a tingling discomfort or itching in the area.