- 1 Is herpes simplex 1 Normal?
- 2 What percentage of the population carries HSV-1?
- 3 Is it bad to have herpes simplex 1?
- 4 Should I be worried if I have HSV-1?
- 5 How likely is it to spread HSV 1 without an outbreak?
- 6 Should I tell my partner I have HSV 1?
- 7 Does HSV-1 Go Away?
- 8 Can you kiss someone with HSV-1?
- 9 Is a cold sore HSV-1?
- 10 Will I always test positive for HSV 1?
- 11 Does HSV 1 show up on STD tests?
- 12 How long is hsv1 contagious?
- 13 Does everyone have HSV-1 antibodies?
- 14 Is HSV-2 worse than HSV-1?
- 15 How did I get a cold sore if I didn’t kiss anyone?
- 16 Do cold sores mean you have an STD?
- 17 How common is hsv1 in America?
- 18 Why did I randomly get a cold sore?
Is herpes simplex 1 Normal?
What percentage of the population carries HSV-1?
Is it bad to have herpes simplex 1?
Should I be worried if I have HSV-1?
Herpes viruses are extremely contagious. And it’s not just the risk of spreading a cold sore that you should be worried about. Having an open sore also increases your risk of an STD by providing the virus or bacteria a direct route into the body.