Steroid based medications, such as cortisone and hydrocortisone.
Birth control shots (Depro-Provera).
Flu vaccinations (rare).
Any medication that weakens the immune system.
Nasal sprays, such as Fluticasone.
HSV Can Turn Off the Immune System
Herpes can hide and move from cell to cell making it impossible for the immune system to detect, so it never kicks in, until you have a breakout.
HSV Can Change DNA
Herpes can change DNA and, thereby, affect not only your immune system (leading to cancer), but your personality.
Herpes Can Affect Major Organs
HSV can affect the function of major organs, such as the liver and kidneys. It can also effect rectal nerves, which lessen the ability of the sphincter muscle to control the excretion of feces. It can also effect nerves connected to the bladder and cause a slower flow or no flow at all. If you cannot empty your bladder a catheter will have to be put in place until the inflammation is relieved.
Herpes Lesions Can Form Internally
Herpes lesions can form inside the rectum, the mouth, the vagina with or without common symptoms, such as ache, pain or itch. See The Truth About Viral Shedding.
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