A recurrent infection of oral herpes can be anticipated in several hours before his appearance, so it is that we must look at signals that give us disease before returning to attack, to do this we must know more about the symptoms of oral herpes. Early symptoms before a recurrent infection of oral herpes usually occur until 48 hours before the blistering lesions to appear. These symptoms tend to be stinging, burning or stinging in the area, usually appear in the same area where once there was a herpetic lesion. After these first symptoms manifest symptoms similar to the flu, but they will be at a lower intensity with which occurred for the first time since now our body has some control over the virus and decreases the intensity of the new attack. Once appear Herpes lesions, lesions produce some symptoms locally such as frequent burning, pain, itching, also feel a decreased appetite. The symptoms of the oral Herpes can also manifest as pain while eating, and in case the herpetic lesion appears on the language, you can feel intense pain when speaking or performing any action where the wound has contact with another area of the mouth. Pain is slightly more intense unlike other types of herpes, since the mouth is always wet and its temperature is higher than in any part of the body, it is not surprising if injuries take a little more to heal, since the moisture is unfavourable for the healing of wounds. You can resort to a specialist for you recommendations about how to reduce and control the symptoms of oral herpes. Discover how I could remove outbreaks of genital herpes or any other type of herpes using a very curious method by clicking here.