Internet dating for people with herpes

So if your child seems prone to cold sores as he gets older, sun protection is a particularly good idea. A hat with a brim and some lip balm for protection should help. It would help if a man have knowledge of ASL (American Sign Language) for smoother convos. Someone who appreciates my good qualities and can deal with the bad. I'm outgoing and try to live each day to the best I can. I'm a professional and work hard but love to enjoy my free time. I am looking to chat with someone, and possibly more. A BBW who likes to laugh and is looking for a man who I can get to know and who makes me laugh and can hold me when I cry. Love to spend a good night at home and watch a movie. I am a 56 year old divorced woman, no kids, enjoy movies, travel, thrift shops, spending time with friends for coffee/wine bars..would enjoy developing a relationship with a man who has similar interests and shares (only) this medical condition. I am very small so if you like small women you may like me.Cold sores, also known as fever blisters, are small, fluid-filled blisters that crop up on or near the lips. Despite their name, cold sores have nothing to do with colds. Canker sores are crater-like sores that usually appear individually on the tongue or gums or on the inside of the cheeks. Herpes simplex virus type 1 usually causes cold sores, and herpes simplex virus type 2 usually causes genital herpes, though either can cause sores in the facial or genital area.

In others, it periodically flares up and triggers cold sores. Stress, fever, and sun exposure – but not contact with a cold sore – seem to trigger outbreaks.In young babies, in particular, the herpes virus can spread to the brain and other organs, causing serious, potentially permanent or fatal damage. Try to keep your child from touching his eyes when he has a cold sore. You can't transmit the virus to your baby by breastfeeding, though, even if you have an active cold sore.During the first bout with the herpes simplex virus – called primary herpes – your child may have mouth soreness (the blisters can spread throughout the mouth during this first episode), gum inflammation, and perhaps a fever, swollen lymph nodes, and a sore throat.