Fever blisters are caused by a virus and can't be treated with cipro.
It is possible. The blister is caused by a virus and is easy to transmit to another person even if it is in the late process of healing and going away.
Do not pop a fever blister; it can cause the virus to spread.
It could be a canker sore caused by the cold virus. It might also be the result of irritation caused by food you ate before drinking the tea; if it does not go away, consult a physician.
Fever blisters are caused by the Herpes virus. It lies dormant in the body until activated by stress or illness.
Ampicillin is not effective in treating fever blister or cold sores. Cold sores are caused by herpes simplex virus, and ampicillin is effective only against some bacteria.
Popping a fever blister can cause the virus to spread on the skin.
The Shape of the Blue tongue virus is a sphere.
Shingles is a painful disease caused by the chicken pox virus. Shingles has nothing to do with Botox.
If you are fighting a virus or if you have a cold you might get a fever blister.
Nothng can cure fever blisters, they are caused by the oral herpes virus which isn't curable. But they can be managed with over the counter creams or medication.
Definitely a virus.
no virus caused by illness
It is caused by a virus
Herpes is caused by a virus. The best way to treat it would be to get some antiviral medication.
As a sufferer of 'Herpes' myself, I have been warned in the past by medical practitioners that the virus can still be active in saliva even in the absence of a blister. Advise abstinance from kissing when the other party has any signs; tingling etc. that the virus is active.
Small bumps or sores on the tongue can be caused by allergic reactions, allergies, canker sores, oral herpes simplex virus, tuberculosis, or an immune disorder.
No: Chickenpox is caused by the Varicella-Zoster virus(a Herpes virus), while Mumps is caused by Mump's Virus.
There is a virus that swells your tastebuds and eventually makes them blister. It hurts and itches. It could also be an allergic reaction though. If it is a virus then there is nothing you can do but take pain relievers and wait it out but you still should see a doctor.
Influenza is caused by a virus.
It is caused by a virus.
Mumps is caused by a virus
Measles is caused by virus.
usually herpes simplex virus type 1 (cold sores) for more info go to:http://kidshealth.org/teen/your_body/skin_stuff/cold_sores.html#
Malaria is caused by protozoa and chickenpox is caused by virus.