how herpes is transmitted and how treatment of herpes

Posted by pak yons on Tuesday, October 19, 2010

What is herpes?
herpes or chicken pox is a skin inflammatory disease attacks the body Pls That it Begins with the Emergence of bubbles filled with water That grow together in to perform certain parts of the body, herpes disease is divided into two Kinds of

1. herpes Genetalis
2. herpes zoter

Herpes Genetalis namely the occurrence of infection or inflammation of the skin particularly common section of the genital (vagina, penis, anus and around the groin) disease is the caused of herpes simplex virus (VHS),
Herpes Zoster or 'shingles' that is a skin infection the caused by the varicella-zoster virus causes the bubble liquid That is Almost on the entire body, people affected by this disease do feel pain in all parts of his body ..

Herpes zoster is Also said to infectious diseases of the skin the which is a continuation of the chickenpox (chicken pox) Because of a virus attacks That Are the Same, only there is a difference with the chicken pox. Shingles is characterized by a larger bubble in smallpox and in groups to perform certain parts of the body, can in the chest, back, or on the front.

• Mode of transmission of herpes disease
In general, all types of herpes cans be transmitted through direct contact. However, in herpes zoster, occurs in the which Such diseases as smallpox (chickenpox), the process of transmission cans be through sneezing, coughing, contaminated clothing and touch upon bubbles / blisters That burst. In genital herpes disease (genetalia), transmission occurs through sexual behavior. So the disease is suffered by Herpes Genetalis Sometimes sections related oral oral sex. The symptoms will from Arise in the period 7-21 days after a person is in contact (infected), varicella-zoster virus.

Someone Had WHO has chicken pox and later healed, the virus is Actually not 100% lost from the body, but hiding in the dorsal ganglion cells, the sensory nervous system of Patients. When the immune system (immune) weakened, the virus will of return in the form of herpes zoster attack the which the caused symptoms similar to chickenpox disease (chickenpox). For someone WHO has never Had chicken pox, if attacked by the varicella-zoster virus is not directly but Had Experienced shingles chicken pox first.

• Signs and Symptoms Diseases chickenpox (Herpes)
Signs and symptoms arising from the attack of herpes viruses in general are fever, chills, shortness of breath, pain or stiffness in the joints in one section collapsed, the appearance of reddish spots on the skin the which eventually form a bubble liquid. Other complaints Patients That Are Sometimes perceived abdominal pain.

• Handling and Treatment of Diseases chickenpox (Herpes)
In Patients with smallpox are the most Important thing is to keep the liquid bubbles do not break so as not to leave a mark and changed from the entrance for other bacteria (secondary infection), Among others, by giving talcum powder that helps lubricate the skin. Patients, if not stand the cold conditions it is recommended not to bathe, Because it cans cause shock.

The drugs given to people with smallpox is intended to reduce the symptoms of existing complaints Such as pain and fever, for example given paracetamol. Giving Acyclovir tablets (Desciclovir, famciclovir, valacyclovir, and penciclovir) as antiviral AIMS to reduce fever, pain, complications and protect a person from the inability of the immune system against the herpes virus. We recommend Acyclovir medication at the onset of pain or a burning sensation on the skin burn, do not need to wait for the Emergence of a bubble of fluid (blisters).

On a serious condition WHERE a person's immune system is weak, people with herpes, you get treatment terapy Should intravenous (IV) Acyclovir. As an effort to Prevent a Person Should get the varicella zoster vaccine immunization. In healthy children aged 1-12 years given once. Imunasasi cans be given once again at Puberty to establish immunity to 60% - 80%. After that, to improv it, give immunizations once again as an adult. This acquired immunity cans last up to 10 years.

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