There are several ways you can spot signs that someone has herpes.

There’s the mild rash, the burning or redness, or the red or bluish skin.

You can also see swelling around the mouth, or in the eye, or around the lips, nose or throat.

It’s important to remember that signs aren’t always clear.

Here are some signs you should look out for.


The rash and rash rash rash The most common sign of herpes is a rash rash on the face or neck.

The redness and swelling are not related to the infection.

They are just signs that you are more likely to have herpes if you’re in a crowded place.

You may also notice a red, painful or sore rash on your face.

If you have a rash on other parts of your body, such as on your neck or back, you might be at higher risk of having herpes.

You might also have a cold or sore throat.


The fever, sore throat, pain or pain with fever or soreness You might be more likely if you have sore throat or fever.

If your fever is high, you may be more susceptible to catching the virus if you’ve been sick.

You’re also more likely in hot, humid conditions, which might be caused by heat stress.

If the sore throat feels like it’s bothering you, or you feel a little sore, you’re more likely that you have herpes.


The cough, cold or cough, cough or cold If you’re coughing, cold, or coughing, you probably have herpes, and your immune system may be reacting to the virus.

If this happens, you should get tested.


The pain in the neck, shoulders or arms You might have an infection, like a rash or rash rash, on the back or neck of your neck.

You should call your doctor if you experience pain or tenderness in your neck, arms or shoulder.

You also might have a fever or a sore throat if you get a cold.


The swelling around your mouth, nose, throat or mouth If you notice swelling around a mouth, your lips, your tongue, or your throat, it’s probably an infection.

You don’t have to be worried about catching the infection, but you should call a doctor if your symptoms get worse.


The sore throat You may be at increased risk of catching herpes if: You cough or sneeze more frequently or have sore throats that don’t clear up in days