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Herpes simplex virus type 2 cause genital herpes that lead to breakouts of genital sores. Herpes simplex type 1 typically causes cold sores or blisters around the mouth but can be transmitted to the genital area by way of oral sex (oral to genital contact). Genital herpes is a highly contagious infection usually spread through intercourse with a person with infected sores. You may also find reassurance by clicking on re-entering the dating scene and sex and herpes. For more information and help understanding words you may hear about genital herpes, see resources and. When any of these symptoms are present, consider the herpes virus active and risk of transmission is high. Anal herpes outbreaks are common, regardless of the initial location of genital infection. This could be due to the increased potential for irritation in that area. Sometimes, people mistake an anal herpes recurrence for hemorrhoids or piles. dear alice, i have tested positive for herpes 1 and herpes 2. My boyfriend has also tested positive for herpes 1 and herpes 2. Some of the top questions that i see happening in our private community are around preventing outbreaks. You guys are asking is there something that is in my diet that is triggering this or is the someway i can control my outbreaks with nutrition. Amy i do have the herpes 1 virus, and boy does it mess with me emotionally. At times i cant do anything right, and i know there is no drug at this time, but i was wondering if you could suggest a diet and vitamin supplement for me. Lysine and herpes - does taking lysine supplements help prevent outbreaks of cold sores and genital herpes? It has been suspected that virus such as the herpes simplex virus (hsv), which causes cold sores and genital herpes, experience difficulty in spreading when exposed to lysine. shingles, caused by the chicken pox virus, is not the same virus (actually, two viruses) that cause herpes. However, chicken pox, herpes simplex 1, and herpes simplex 2 are all members of the same viral family, herpesviridae. Other members of the family include the epstein-barr virus (which causes mononucleosis) and cytomegalo virus.