Catching an Outbreak History
One of the most important things you can do to help prevent cold sores is to keep a close watch on your outbreak history. If you notice a pattern, you should pay attention to that pattern and change what you do when you develop the virus so it is a little less likely to occur. It is definitely worth a little time and research to be able to determine how often your virus is developing.
As you begin to develop the virus, you can expect to have a very common outbreak. The outbreak can last anywhere from two days to three weeks. If your outbreak lasts much longer than this, you will probably notice that the virus is coming out more often. You will also notice that your outbreaks are coming with a definite sore that appears in several areas on your body.
The reason for the increased number of outbreaks is that the virus is constantly coming out more often. You will notice when the virus is coming out more often. The first step in learning how to deal with your outbreak is to learn where the store is located and what other symptoms you may be having. With this information, you can then start to treat the infection.
You can also take care of the skin surrounding the sore. This is where the good news ends and the bad news begins. People often have small areas that will not heal on their own. Your doctor can remove these areas so they do not turn into blisters. As well, your doctor can heal the area that has turned into a blister so it heals properly.
Then you will need to learn how to prevent a blister from forming. You can do this by keeping the area dry. If it is humid outside, you will be putting too much pressure on the area and it will become swollen. Another problem you may experience is putting too much pressure on the area as you try to pull the blister off.
This can cause you to put too much pressure on the area and it will get bigger. You should avoid doing this if you can. Keep the area slightly damp to avoid any permanent scarring of the area. Once you have successfully treated the blisters, you can move on to the location that is still tender. Some people choose to continue treating the area as well as treating the sores that occur around the infection.
On a more positive note, when you have an outbreak, you can look forward to a period of two to three weeks where you will experience no pain whatsoever. This is a very pleasant period of time for many people. During this time, you can enjoy your outbreak and the fact that you have completely healed the area. It can take a bit of time to get used to your new self but it will happen.
It is very important to monitor your outbreak history because it is important to know where the store is located. You want to be sure you do not push too hard when you are trying to remove the blister. If you must use tweezers, be careful not to pull the skin off too early. You should only do this when the sores are very tiny. This is where you will want to be very careful so you do not create more blisters or scarring.