Herpes is a common word that is used to describe oral herpes (also called herpes labyrinthitis) and genital herpes. Although these conditions can go through this name in informal conversation and there are some similarities, each is caused by a different type of herpes simplex virus (HSV).  To buy medicine for herpes call us and get a heavy discount:  1 201-633-9658

HSV-1, or Type 1, is responsible for herpes infection, resulting in lesions in or around the mouth, otherwise known as cold sores. HSV-2, or Type 2, causes genital lesions. In both cases, the virus enters the epidermis-the outermost layer of the skin and causes the lesions to develop. These lesions are open, tend to repetition, are exposed to skin-to-skin contact, and can be managed with antiviral therapy (though not done properly). Although the lesion can be very deep, some people with these infections cannot show any symptoms at all.