Just a few final questions please.
Can you pass on an acyclovir resistant strain of HSV?
You often say that HSV1 rarely reocurrs in the genital area, what study has this come from and what was the sample size?
According to WHO approximately 2/3 people have HSV1 and 1/6 have HSV2, so 5/6 people have HSV of some kind, is this still accurate?
If I touch a HSV sore with my finger how long would it be active on for on my finger? Does it die straight away? Would a cream such as sudacrem (UK nappy cream) kill it?
Can HSV infect the skin behind the knees or is it strictly genitals, anus, lips, nose and eyes?
I believe these are my last questions. I want to let you what has happened to me is 100% herpes related and it is not a mild disease, it has destroyed my life as I suffer from constant symptoms. From my dealings with healthcare professionals in the UK nobody actually understands HSV.