You can't see herpes swim in water.
Yes. Pregnancy is not a contraindication to swim.
Yes there is a 95% chance you will
ok everyone lets get this straight THEY DO NOT HAVE HERPES GOD
NO. it's a sexually transmitted disease.
No. Herpes is a virus and can spread. Most likely you would get cold sores around your mouth. Cold sores are herpes simplex and the same as genial herpes. The person you are having sex with will give you herpes if it is active.
I think you mean the recipiant. It depends on what is being donated, if it's blood then it's ok. Herpes isn't passed through blood so it's not possible to get herpes that way.
Herpes can be spread between outbreaks. However it could be the type of herpes you have on your lips may not do that. See your general practitioner doctor about it.
What is a 'water infection'?
You can't get herpes from a swimming pool.
OK ,anyone can get it at any time so be carfull!!!
Yes. There is strong scientific evidence to suggest that it gives you AIDS. Ok just herpes. Ok AIDS.
yes they do ok
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Aprroximately 45 minutes til' its ok to swim.
Ok first genital warts and herpes are not the same thing. Second you're not likely to get them from changing a baby.
No it will not help; in fact it will make it burn more.
Yes it's great fun!
Some infants can swim but they always need someone with them at all times. Also they need a special swim instrutor who helps them and give the ok. Never try to teach an infant to swim without qualifed supervison.
NO of course not on the cheek.On the cheek is ok just try to avoid the lips / mouth area.
I would first see if it was ok to swim in and then carry on swimming
no we cant swim with high bromine because bromine has a high density than water and as a result we may sink . ok clear
Yes you can. Herpes doesn't float around in pool water and unless you have intercourse in the pool then, you're not likely to infect any one while swimming. To be on the safe side don't share towels or swimsuits.