What are the symptoms of viral oral infections?

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There are several types of viral oral infections, but the most common symptoms of the disorders, in general, are small sores around the mouth. People may also experience pain, itching, and burning on the area of the body that is affected with the sores. Some viral oral infections may also produce fever, a feeling of general sickness, and an irritated throat.

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Viral Oral Infections

Viral Oral Infections

Viral oral infections are virus that can affect the mouth and oral area. They include the herpes simplex virus, hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD), and in some cases, human papillomavirus or HPV. These viruses are usually very co...

ntagious and can cause painful oral sores, depending on the type of oral virus. In rare cases, mumps can spread through saliva causing swelling of the area around the mouth.
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