Herpes Dermatitis: Cold Hard Facts
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  • 1. This Slide Show is brought to You by http://www.free-health-care.info
  • 2. Most people have heard about a type of dermatitis or two, but very few people have heard of or understand herpes dermatitis. In fact, most of the people who know about it are probably either in the medical field or are suffering from it themselves. This is something that most people keep quiet, as it can be extremely embarrassing so it is not something that most people will talk about openly with other people. Those suffering from herpes dermatitis may stay away from family and friends until the outbreak is gone so that no one will ever suspect them of having something wrong. Herpes Dermatitis: Cold Hard Facts
  • 3. When thinking of typical herpes outbreaks, most people think of the genitals or the lips being affected, but when it comes to herpes dermatitis, other parts of the body are affected. The most common areas for the herpes dermatitis outbreak are on the neck or the face. These outbreaks consist of small sores that begin with a tingling or painful feeling. If left alone, these sores will typically crust over and heal in a time frame of about two weeks. The symptoms of this and the time it takes to heal are very much like that of a herpes outbreak in other areas of the body. Typical herpes outbreaks
  • 4. Remember, just like herpes of the mouth or genitals, herpes dermatitis can be transmitted between people through direct contact. To do your best in preventing this from happening, you need to avoid touching the sores of the outbreak and health care workers should always wear protective gloves. You can never be too safe when it comes to protecting yourself or other people from contracting herpes dermatitis. Make sure that you are keeping everyone's well being in mind if you have this skin condition yourself because this is not something that people would enjoy having. Steps To Take
  • 5. While there is currently no cure available for herpes dermatitis, there are home remedies that a lot of people will try in order to reduce the terrible look of the sores and to speed up the healing time. As with anything, what works well for one person may not work for you so give different things a try. If nothing else, just try to relax and be patient as these sores will dry up and go away on their own in just a matter of a couple of weeks. Although it may seem like forever, it really is not all that bad. Try to relax and be patient
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