Cold Sores and Herpes

  • Do I Need to See a Doctor for My Cold Sore?

    Cold Sore Care: Self-Treatment or Doctor's Visit? Cold sores and the discomfort and embarrassment they can cause are common annoyances for many people....

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  • Does Cold Weather Cause Cold Sores?

    Cold sores, also known as fever blisters, are viral infections affecting millions worldwide. They typically appear as small blisters around the mouth and lips and are caused by the herpes simplex...

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  • How to Stop a Cold Sore in its Early Stages

    Last Modified on Jul 2, 2024 Key Takeaways Early signs of cold sores include pain, itching, swelling, and small fluid-filled blisters. Immediate treatment with topical products containing Lysine can reduce severity and healing time. Applying ice and using pain relievers can alleviate symptoms. Protect the area from the sun...

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  • Sun and Cold Sores: How Does the Sun Effect Cold Sores?

    Last Modified on Jul 2, 2024 Key Takeaways Sun exposure can trigger cold sore outbreaks for those with HSV-1. UV rays cause skin irritation, leading to viral activation and outbreaks. Protect lips with SPF-containing lip sunscreen to prevent outbreaks. Cold sores can be triggered by stress, lack of sleep,...

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  • Home Remedies for Cold Sores

    If you’ve ever had a cold sore, you know that they’re not only unsightly, but they can be incredibly painful too. That’s why when most people notice those first signs of a cold sore...

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  • About Invisible Cold Sore Bandages

    Protect, Cover, and Hide While Healing Using hydrocolloid bandage technology to manage cold sores What are Invisible Cold Sore Bandages? Lip Clear Invisible Cold Sore Bandages are clear, hydrocolloid bandages made to be placed directly on a cold sore (herpes labialis, HSV1)....

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  • Foods to Help Reduce the Frequency of Herpes Outbreaks

    The Canadian Government recently recognized that a diet rich in the amino acid l-lysine may help protect against oral herpes outbreaks. In fact, in Canada l-lysine supplements can now make a cold sore treatment label claim. The...

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  • Tips to Help Reduce Cold Sore Outbreaks

    Cold sores are uncomfortable and embarrassing-looking fluid-filled blisters that form as a result of carrying the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). Although cold sores usually form on the lips...

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  • Cold Sore Myths and Facts: Everything You Need to Know

    Cold Sore Myths and Facts Have you ever had a cold sore? If so, what was your reaction to it? Were you scared and uncomfortable because you weren’t sure what it was at first?...

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  • How Do Cold Sores Spread?

    Cold sores are a widespread affliction, with an estimated 3.7 billion people under 50 being affected globally. Cold sores are simply a nuisance for many people, but they can be a painful and...

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