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I have suffered with fever blisters practically all my life. I am now 57 years old and this past weekend I endured a fever of 102. for just one day. No other symptoms just a fever. Three days later I broke out with a blister on the end of my nose. I looked this up and on the internet it may be Huntingon Sign? I am worried, who do I see. I have no insurance for an eye doc. Can my primary help me with this?
Well I looked it up on google and wikipedia along with webmd pubmed.gov and a few other places. I don't see anything about this "Huntington Sign" at all. If you have a cold sore or you are in fear of something I would speak to your doctor about it and see if they refer you to an opthalmaogist.
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