Herpes Type 2 almost never infects the eye, except when it is passed genitally, and the baby, in fact, can have ocular or eye lesions.
The herpes that typically affects the eye in adults is herpes zoster, which is a recrudescence of chicken pox in a person whose immune system is not functioning up to par.
If she does, is there anything I can protect her as well as myself.
Sincerely, Really wondering I can`t tell unless she is willing to get the test.
Are we any closer to a cure or a significant treatment that will at least protect others?
I recently had a change in insurance and when I saw this new doctor he took a culture, not believing it was shingles and it came back herpes 2. It is possible you had shingles recurrently on your arm and I would strongly suggest that you get the Herpes Select Test, as well as a test for varicella (which is the chicken pox virus, and the same virus that causes shingles), to determine which of these you have. He has not yet been tested, but I am going to ask to get tested.
Herpes is not usually associated with erectile dysfunction and, yes, you can pass it.
On the other hand, using a drug such as Acyclovir, markedly reduces asymptomatic shedding and may allow the possibility of having children without passing the virus.
I got a swab of a lesion, which came back positive for herpes.
Also - Since then, I`ve been blood type tested twice.
It is possible that the blister is secondary to an allergy to the lip products she is using, but again the proof of the pudding is in the Herpes Select Test.