Genital herpes is transmitted through sexual touch with a person infected with the herpes virus. Transmission usually take place when a person with genital sores has genital contact with another person. An infectious person could not be aware of the sores and transmit the disease unknowingly.
Herpes Simplex virus type 1 is a chronic infectious disease caused by a virus that lives in the facial nerves and when activated causes blisters on the lips, sores around the mouth, face being affected.
Genital herpes on the other hand can be easily hidden. Compared to oral herpes, genital herpes will only be embarrassing and will only be seen by your special someone. Even while you are experiencing an outbreak, you are still able to meet new people and actually start a relationship. The main problem is if you happen to continue this relationship and get sexually active, you will end up having to admit to your herpes. The best option is to be completely honest with your partner and let them know from the get go.
In herpes simplex mouth and lips, the picture is very typical symptoms. On the lips will grow Resilience - Resilience clear head about the size of a pin and clustered nature. This resilient growth found on the lips with a red border membranes and skin will appear slightly reddish. When herpes began to attack, would be accompanied by malaise, fever, and headache.