In case you have oral herpes or genital herpes, the infections cannot be transmitted to other parts of your body even after the previous infection happens. In case you also have genital HSV II, you won’t get HSV II in another part of your body. Basically, the body produces antibodies that shield other parts of your body from disease.
Nevertheless, there are situations whereby a person has different body infections from a particular virus. This is often gotten when the first stage of the infection occurs. For instance, if a person has genital and oral sex with a partner that is infected, they can be infected with the infection since they are vulnerable at the same time.
- What happens when herpes enters the body?
- Do I have to use condoms forever?
- How often do outbreaks occur?
- Is there a cure for Herpes?
- Where does the Herpes virus live in the body?
- Can herpes be transmitted to other parts of my body?
- Is Herpes infection related to HIV?
- Does everyone have the same Herpes symptoms?
- Can herpes affect my pregnancy and newborn?
- How to stop genital Herpes outbreaks?
- How common is herpes?