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The herpes virus then travels up the root system to the central nervous system, represented by the tree's trunk.  Here the virus hibernates until it is reactivated.  Then it travels down the same root to the same area that the original infection was located.  When this occurs, a repeat infection occurs, but usually are not as bad as the first.  Sometimes a person notices when this occurs because they have early itching and burning in the area,  but no blisters.  Many repeat cases don't get any worse than that, lasting only 3-5 days.  However, some do progress to painful blisters that last a slight bit longer.   What causes the reactivation of the herpes virus that lives in the spinal cord?   We are not exactly sure, however some believe that certain circumstances activate the virus to repeat the infection.  Recognized causes include stress, illness, and getting sun burned

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