Translation of herpes in Spanish:

herpes

herpes, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhərpiz//ˈhəːpiːz/

noun

  • 1

    herpes masculine
    herpe feminine
    • The presence of sores due to herpes or syphilis may also increase the chance of spreading HIV regardless of the type of sex activity.
    • After initial infection from either herpes or hepatitis one would show clinical signs of illness within a few weeks, not after years.
    • Genital herpes can result from infection with either viral type.
    • Children often become infected with type 1 herpes during the first years of life.
    • In combination with drug therapies, it is useful in treating skin diseases, such as psoriasis, herpes, and eczema.
    • The site also offers graphic photos of just what syphilis, herpes, warts and what have you look like.
    • Women should be asked carefully about symptoms of herpes infections at the onset of labor.
    • Sufferers are also more prone to herpes and skin infections.
    • Viruses like herpes and HPV have moments where sores have not flared-up.
    • The most devastating consequence of genital herpes is neonatal herpes.
    • Gonorrhoea, chlamydia and herpes can all, given the right conditions, be passed on by oral sex, she says.
    • The technology will be applied to viral targets such as hepatitis B and herpes as well as to other infective agents.
    • A serious consequence of genital HSV infection is neonatal herpes, which results from transmission from mother to infant.
    • Although smaller in number, incidences of gonorrhea and genital warts rose, while there was a fall in cases of herpes and syphilis.
    • Once a person is infected with oral herpes, the virus remains in a nerve located near the cheekbone.
    • Viruses including flu, herpes, measles and chickenpox can cause pneumonia.
    • Some of the common STIs are syphilis, herpes, genital warts, gonorrhea, chlamydia and HIV.
    • Infections like cold, chicken pox, herpes are all caused by viruses.
    • Oral herpes is a viral infection that affects the mouth, throat, and parts of the face.
    • Your pap smear can occasionally identify sexually transmitted diseases such as herpes or human papilloma virus.