- Keratoconjunctivitis - Inflammation of outer layers of the eyeball.
- Herpetiform Eczema - Widespread infection of the
- Secondary Bacterial and fungal infection
- Infection of the trachea or windpipe
- Pharyngitis - Inflammation of the throat
- Tonsillitis - Inflammation and infection of tonsils
- Bell's Palsy - Paralysis of muscles of one side of the face.
- Hemiparesis - Paralytic or weakness of one half of the body
In some rare cases, it may even result in –
- HSV hepatitis, herpetic esophagitis, adrenal necrosis, interstitial pneumonia, HSV cystitis, arthritis, ganglionitis and myelitis.
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