Thursday, August 6, 2009

There are several days throughout the year (asymptomatic reactivation) when the virus may be present on the skin but there are no symptoms - HERPES

There are several days throughout the year (called asymptomatic reactivation, asymptomatic shedding, or subclinical shedding) when the virus may be present on the surface of the skin, but there are no symptoms. Herpes can be passed through sexual contact during this time.