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Suffering from a cold sore on chin, headache. Why is it?

Hi, I am suffering from a cold sore that is on my chin... I have been getting them on my chin since I got preg with my daughter back in 2000 and for about 5 years I would get them every 6 months to the day just about. I haven't had one in years but I woke up Sat with one. MY question is why is it when I get them I always feel sick to my stomach and have a headache just about the whole time.
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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hello and welcome to healthcare magic forum!

It happens when your hormonal levels change or may be from any low grade fever, it is caused by a virus to avoid getting it frequently try and follow the following steps :

Avoid skin contact with other people
Avoid sharing things, such as towels, lipstick, lip balm, cutlery, etc.
Follow good hand hygiene.
Avoid touching the sores. If you do, wash your hands with soap and warm water immediately.

good health
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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