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  • Answer: Yes you can still get oral herpes even if you have genital herpes already.
  • Answer: Herpeset Homeopathic doctors have been using the separate ingredients in Herpeset™ to treat single symptoms of oral and genital herpes for decades, but these experts in homeopathy have chosen a blend of these natural ingredients to help relieve a wider variety of symptoms in one, easy-to-use spray application
  • Answer: It is possible. The blister is caused by a virus and is easy to transmit to another person even if it is in the late process of healing and going away.
  • Answer: You should not pop a blister because it can introduce bacteria into the sore and cause an infection in the wound or blood stream. If it pops on its own, use an antibacterial ointment and cover it up with a bandage until it is healed.
  • Answer: It is best to leave the blister alone and let it heal naturally. However, there are times when this technique is not practical.
    I have used the following technique for decades treating blisters developed during hiking excursions and forced road marches in the Army. Sterilize a pin/needle. Poke the pin down into the good skin just beside the blister, then up under skin where the blister is. This will allow you to drain the liquid from the blister while protecting the area under the blister. Cover the blister with antibiotic ointment and a bandage. I have found this to relieve the pressure and the pain.
  • Answer: Put salt on a spoon and keep it on the blister for 30 sec and repeat 3 times
  • Answer: Fever blisters and cold sores are caused by a virus called oral herpes. Different things can trigger break outs like being out in very hot or very cold weather for long periods of time or being run down by stress / illness.
  • Answer: salivary duct that occasionally becomes occluded (blocked). This is perhaps due to some minor trauma which periodically re-occurs. When the saliva duct does become occluded, the saliva gland will continue to produce saliva, temporary producing a "blister" like (fluid-filled space) appearance. The pressure of the fluid makes the lesion feel hard until it ruptures, releasing the fluid, and the cycle continues.Nevertheless, I suggest having a physician or dentist check the lesion to make certain that there is no secondary condition which may be more serious which is the cause.
  • Answer: get a job for some money and build one
  • Answer: You should bust the blister so whatever is inside of it will come out before it gets infected.
  • Answer: It is better to leave it alone, but wash your hands, clean the blister area, pop it with a needle cleansed with alcohol. It will prevent any infection if you do it the right way.
  • Answer: A blister hurts the worst when the raw skin contacts air. If the blister has popped, try to remove the loose skin and then put some cream or antibacterial ointment on it and cover it with a bandage (band aid). Keep covered for a few days, replacing bandage when needed. If the blister has not popped, you need to pop it but in a way you may find difficult. Take a sterilized needle and insert it in healthy skin (not affected by the blister) just outside the blister going under the blister to make a hole. After the hole is made via under the blister, squeeze all the fluid out through the hole. This will prevent the raw skin from contact with the air preventing added pain. You may need to do this a few times a day if the blister refills with fluid, but there should be no reason to cover with a bandage unless to prevent wearing against something.
    This should heal in a few days and the top skin of the bubble can dry and come off.
  • Answer: Only if it becomes infected, or if clots (embolisms) leave through the veins. Avoid picking at or opening blisters except under antiseptic conditions, and never crush or scratch blood blisters beneath the skin.

    Consult a physician immediately if a blister swells, exudes pus, or discolors nearby skin.
  • Answer: Rub the blister vigorously with a condom that has been pre-soaked over a 24 hour period in a marinade of the juice of lemons, detergent, and bleach and Xanax that has been very finely ground.

How can you heal a herpes blister?

  • There is no cure for herpes. However it can be controled.

    If you currently have an outbreak be sure to keep the wound clean, but do not overly irritate the area. The sore contain infection virus particle which can cause a secondary outbreak if they come in contact with broken skin or mucus membranes. There are overthe counter ointments such as abriva which may speed the healing process. You may also take an oral antiviral which will prevent second round infections.

    Some people take daily suppressive medicine such as valtrex to prevent out breaks, but it is not 100% effective. Personally I prefer not to do this and take antivirals only at the first twinge of an outbreak.

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