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Se dice que la mayoría de la gente tiene herpes yo no estoy tan seguro creo que depende de cada continente los médicos dicen que el herpes no es nada que sólo es un problema de la piel pero no toman en cuenta la picazon el ardor y el Dolor Físico y mental, y últimamente e escuchado de personas que trabajan en el sector salud, que se quejan del herpes cuando se infectan ,. Entonces no entiendo porque si es solo un pequeño problema de la piel las personas del sector salud se quejan por obtener herpes


It is said that most people have herpes I am not so sure I think it depends on each continent doctors say that herpes is nothing that is only a skin problem but they do not take into account the stinging ardor and pain Physical and mental, and lately heard from people working in the health sector, who complain of herpes when they become infected,. So I do not understand because if it's just a small skin problem people in the health sector complain about getting herpes


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It all depends, I don't know whether you're talking about hsv1/hsv2 and where people catch it at. I'll just talk about it in general. 

A LOT of people gets the virus but gets unnoticeable symptoms, hence they don't even know they have got the virus. And so they have no need for supports nor to come to this forum. Only the minority of us get noticeable symptoms and hence we are here. 

It is to most people a skin problem. Few people develop neuropathy (chronic pain) after getting the virus. Healthcares complain about it(I assume its herpes whitlow you're on about) because they probably caught it via a preventable cause (e.g. Poor hygiene measure). But then for them to be complaining about it, they would have to be in the minority as well (to have noticeable symptoms to know they caught it)

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