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Oral Herpes (cont.)

Follow-up

Drink plenty of fluids.

  • Use pain medications as instructed by the doctor.
  • Use medications to control fever.
  • Watch for signs and symptoms of dehydration.
  • If any signs of dehydration develop, seek medical care immediately.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 5/14/2014

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