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WARNING… Herpes HSV1 & HSV2 is very contagious! if untreated, herpes can spread across the body and spread to your partner.

Here we have the most comprehensive collection of herpes pictures available on the internet. Been able to see what Herpes type 1 and type 2 looks like can help you get a much better understanding of the virus and help you decide if you think you have contracted Herpes HSV1 or HSV2.

As you can see herpes if left untreated can become very aggressive and the marjority of the time appear months or years after been infected.

If you have contracted herpes then you will have the HSV virus all of your life, as unfortunatley there is no cure. However you can avoid future outbreaks occuring in the future by boosting your bodies immune system and having a balanced diet.

Some of these pictures are examples of what herpes HSV1 and HSV2 can look like if left untreated for a long period of time, so it’s important to apply a treatment to them as soon as possible.


HSV1 Pictures - Oral Herpes Pictures






Before a cold sore shows itself on your face the area may feel slightly raised and start to tingle. It may also appear imflamed and red. This tingling sensation is called the prodrome (or warning symptom) and normally occurs about 2 days before the cold sore appears on your mouth.

A cold sore will usually develop as a blister filled with fluid, which goes through a few stages. The blister will normally turn into an ulcer and then form a scab or crust before healing. A cold sore outbreak on your mouth can last up to 4 weeks but normally will last between 2-3 weeks. If you get a cold sore there is a 50% change of a recurrance, so half of people will not develop another cold sore if they have had one in the past.


HSV2 - Genital Herpes Pictures








Outbreaks of genital herpes will appear in the same area of the body as where you had your first outbreak. This is due to the fact that your nerves have a particular area of skin that it serves in the body. Which means that your outbreaks are limited to the area of the body where the infection exists (such as the genitals). This is the reason why herpes outbreaks appear in different areas "nearby" to one another.

Your nerves in the genitals, thighs and buttocks are all connected to one another; therefore, if a person develops HSV2 they could experience outbreaks in any of these areas. Such as the vagina, penis, vulva, scrotum, anus, buttocks and thighs.


When the herpes virus does occur it is usualy related to a time when your immune system is under pressure or weak, such as during a stressful time in your life or after an illness. With cold sores, sometimes being out in the sunshine too long can cause a recurrence.


Other Condictions (see condictions confused with herpes)

..Shingles (Herpes Toster)..



People can confuse other skin problems with HSV2 genital herpes due to them finding blisters and bumps in their genital area. Here in these pictures are the most common condictions which are confused with herpes. Click here for more comprehensive pictures of condictions confussed with genital herpes.


Any doubt about blisters and bumps on the genitals please consult a doctor or sexual health clinic so they can exam your hsv gentile herpes.

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