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Cold Sores/ Fever Blisters / Recurrent Herpes Labialis

Cold sores are tiny and painful blisters filled with fluid. Triggered by a virus, they generally appear around the lips, nose or mouth. They are also known as fever blisters.

Want to learn how to manage cold sores? Or better, how to avoid them? Pick up easy tips and medical advice on cold sores at this support group.


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Herpes labialis presents as a blister or cluster of small blisters that appear at the corner or edge of the lips which are painful and reddish purple in color... Read More

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