After the first attack, herpesvirus often remains because the body has difficulty in getting rid of it completely.The virus travels away from the genitals using the nerves in the pelvic area as a pathway.The number and severity of recurrent attacks varies enormously between individuals, but the average number is about five a year in men and four a year in women.Although this sounds bad, recurrent attacks are often very mild.Fortunately, it does not damage the nerves or interfere with their function.In some people, from time to time, the herpesvirus travels back the way it came, along the nerve towards the genitals. When it arrives in the skin, it causes blisters and sores.Then small blisters appear on the labia (the lips that surround the opening of the vagina).
About 3% of people carry the virus on their skin without knowing that they have it (because it has never given them any symptoms), but they can pass it on to other people.Herpes isn’t a special virus – your immune system has the tools to fight it back. Posted by Helena on 25/10/2015 at Before a herpes attack my ears become itchy and seems the canal swells a little.But because it is able to lay dormant in protected cells, your immune system is unable to remove it from your body, But my herbal medication is very strong and reactive in getting rid of the virus gradually and totally from your body without damaging any of your cells,my herb kills the virus totally not reducing just the out break okay…..( [email protected]). on 18/04/2016 at So, I had a cold sore but it is healing. My moods get wacky my joints pain I always know from this a flare is coming why have I not read any about this ?Passing urine may be uncomfortable, and there may be discomfort or pain around the anus (back passage). The ulcers on the glans or the foreskin heal softly, but those on the shaft or scrotum form scabs as they heal.Do not assume that you will get more attacks of herpes some people do not.
The virus always travels up and down the same or nearby nerve pathways, which explains why herpes sores always recur in roughly the same place.