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If the mother has herpes eyes of the newborn are under the great risk, so cesarean section is recommended for women with an outbreak of herpes; cryosurgery and other means are not the option, but with a colposcopy exam it is possible to determine the position of the lesions. As studies show, in about 50% of cases repeated episodes occur. Sometimes, cornea, eyelid, and conjunctive get affected. It is essential to avoid touching the open lesions since the virus is easily transmitted through mucous membranes and can be spread to other areas. If the mother has herpes eyes of the newborn are under the great risk, so cesarean section is recommended for women with an outbreak of herpes; cryosurgery and other means are not the option, but with a colposcopy exam it is possible to determine the position of the lesions.

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Herpes Eyes

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Cryosurgery, Colposcopy

Cold sores appear when the virus becomes active and multiplies on the surface of the skin. HSV-1 is usually responsible for facial infection that results in cold sores on the mouth, lips, gums, and the inside of the cheeks. If the mother has herpes eyes of the newborn are under the great risk, so cesarean section is recommended for women with an outbreak of herpes; cryosurgery and other means are not the option, but with a colposcopy exam it is possible to determine the position of the lesions.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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