COLD SORES – SYMPTOMS

Cold sores usually pass through several stages. So, here’s how you can recognize a Cold Sore.

Itching & Tingling:

Most of the people develop tingling and itching a day or two before the cold sore appears.

Blister formation:

A collection of small fluid-filled blisters typically break out.

Crusting & Oozing

The small blisters may burst; leaving shallow open source that will ooze fluid and then crust over.

Remember, signs and symptoms vary, depending on whether this is your first outbreak or a recurrence. They can last several days, and the blisters can take two to four weeks to heal completely.

RISK FACTORS

Cold Sores are an annoying problem for most people. Since your body fails to build a defense mechanism to the virus, the initial infections can cause more severe symptoms. Reports suggest that about 90% of adults worldwide – even those who didn’t have any symptoms of infection test positive because of the virus.

People who have weak immune system are at higher risks of virus affect. Medical conditions and treatments that increase your risk of complications include:

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