face and is responsible for symptoms that include “fever blisters” or cold sores.
Type 2: Type 2 herpes virus is the sexually transmitted form of the virus. While this type mainly causes symptoms on the genitals, it can also affect the eyes.
It often lays dormant in the nerve cells and can travel along the nerves to the eye when activated.
A person may get the herpes virus after it has been released via nasal secretions or spit. This is especially true when…