“Pox” on the side of mouth and nose, scientific name is “herpes simplex”, which is effective when applied with acyclovir ointment
Recently, many patients with “red lips” have been accepted by hospitals, mostly young women. Professor Zhu Wenyuan, chief physician of Dermatology Department of Jiangsu People’s Hospital, said that in the warm and cold season, coupled with busy New Year’s work, it is a time when people are prone to fatigue, sleepiness and resistance decline, and various viruses are prone to take advantage of it These “red lip” patients are commonly known as “inflamed”, with the scientific name of “herpes simplex”, which is often called “sheep’s beard sore” in the north.
Experts said that the main cause of this disease is herpes simplex virus type I. as long as you have been infected with such a virus once as a child and have been exposed to a fire, the virus will always lurk in the human body. As soon as
is cold, tired and resistant, it will come on, and the mouth and nostrils are good places to go.
Recently, it’s the “raging period” of this virus. Many people have red lips and noses.
How can we contain the “fire” at the first time? Experts remind that when the “red bag” is just started, it is recommended to use acyclovir ointment to daub it every other hour to have an effect, so as not to develop to the stage of blister, and the earlier the daub, the better the effect
Many women are worried that blisters will leave scars. Experts have made it clear that herpes simplex will not leave scars on the skin. At most, it is pigmentation spot, which will be eliminated by itself in 3 to 6 months
If you want to speed up the progress of regression, you can use some plant whitening drugs under the guidance of doctors, which will accelerate the disappearance of plaque
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