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For recurrent outbreaks, the whole cycle from prodromal symptoms of an outbreak to healing can take about 10 days to 3 weeks.For individuals who are experiencing primary (first) outbreak, the outbreak will be the worst and the entire course of the infection may be longer and last from 3 to 6 weeks.
After the appearances of the blisters, they break down into painful ulcers which tend to ooze fluid.
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.
This ignorance about the infection as well as the lack of symptoms increase the risk of individuals transmitting the virus to their sexual partners unknowingly.
This causes the virus to mutate, provoking more frequent herpes outbreaks.
Types of foods that are high in Arginine should be avoided to prevent recurrent outbreaks include: In most individuals who are infected with herpes simplex virus, first primary outbreak will occur between three to fourteen days after sexual exposure with an infected partner.
For men, singular or multiple blisters will appear on the scrotum, head, foreskin or shaft of the penis.
There may also be penile discharge and pain in “passing water”.
Herpes simplex type 1 typically causes cold sores or blisters around the mouth but can be transmitted to the genital area by way of oral sex (oral to genital contact).
Upon entry into the host body, the herpes simplex virus attach themselves chronically in the body through the nerves deep into the nerve centers (ganglia) part of spinal nerves and stays in a latent state until being “re-activated” again causing outbreak symptoms like painful blisters or sores.
During this stage, the herpes virus is the most infectious.
After a day or two, the open sores will then dry, crust over forming a scab and then heal without any scarring.
For those who go on to develop active outbreaks, symptoms such as watery blisters or small fluid lesions will start to form.