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If a person keeps getting cold sores, there may be an underlying cause. Many factors can trigger reactivation and subsequent cold sore outbreaks, including: hormonal changes, such. Cold sores are most likely to show up on the outside of your mouth and lips, but you can also get them on your nose and cheeks. You may get cold sores as late as 20 days after you’re infected.
Herpes simplex virus. One of the main reasons you keep getting cold sores is because of a compromised immune system. Herpes simplex lesions are referred to as “cold sores” and “fever blisters” because people are more susceptible to outbreaks when they have a cold or flu virus (compromised immune function).
Yup, that’s right – both cold and hot weather can cause cold sores! Cold, windy weather is famous for drying out the skin, and it can have the same effect on the lips. Keep your lips protected in the winter by using a lip balm, and make sure to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. That’s why you keep getting cold sores every month. So your best bet is to make that little bugger as comfortable as you can.
Anything to make the herpes virus not want to leave. And you do that by eliminating the stress that’s sabotaging your health. What’s that?The most common cause of cold sores is the herpes simplex type 1 (HSV-1), but sometimes the herpes simplex type 2 (HSV-2) can cause. Now you know that the herpes simplex virus is what causes cold sores, and you also know why you keep getting cold sores because the virus lives in nerve endings forever, and there is no cure, only prevention and treatment.
According to HopkinsMedicine.org, 50 percent to 80 percent of U.S. adults have herpes simplex virus. When the cold sore heals, the virus travels back to the ganglion, which is a cluster of connected nerves in the face. It stays there, lying dormant until something ‘triggers’ it to awaken again. Most of us are susceptible to one or more cold sore triggers. Why Do I Keep Getting Cold Sores Every Month?
Here are the common cold sore cause. Cold sores are caused by a virus named herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1). There is no cure for this kind of infection, and the blisters may return. A virus that awakes periodically You cannot get rid of the virus itself.
The herpes is recurrent when this happens. These are commonly known as cold sores or fever blisters. Recurrent herpes simplex labialis is usually not.
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