Herpes simplex infection (Herpes); It is a viral infection which can develop in almost all parts of the body, with clear water filled bubbles and subsequent crustal wound formation. There are 2 types of herpes simplex virus. Type 1 often presents with disease around the mouth and face, while Type 2 causes disease in the genital area.
How does herpes disease occur?
The first virus occurs at the first entrance of the active virus body, then remains silent by settling on the nerve roots and makes repetitive attacks when appropriate conditions occur.
Where do the frogs appear?
Most often, lips, mouth around, nose and chin occur in 5-7 days and full of water bubbles to dry and heal with crusting.
How to prevent herpes transmission?
There is no vaccine yet to prevent disease and contamination. Protection is the most important method to prevent transmission. Contact with the diseased area should be avoided, kissing and the use of common materials should be avoided.
How is sheep treated?
According to the severity of the disease, effective creams or systemic drugs are used. It is important to start using the drugs within the first 1-2 days of the disease. Repeated patients may be given suppression treatment for 6 months to 1 year.