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Feline Herpes virus (FHV-1)

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Feline Herpes virus (FHV-1)

Feline Herpes virus (FHV-1) is very common in the worldwide cat population, with exposure rates greater than 90% reported. It causes cat 'flu, and is also one of the most common causes of eye problems in cats. 

More than 80% of cats exposed to FHV-1 become lifelong carriers, and around half of these cats will develop recurrent problems, which typically develop during periods of stress. This is called recrudescent disease.

What are the signs of FHV-1 infection?

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How is FHV-1 diagnosed?

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How is FHV-1 treated?

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