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Female Genital Herpes

A female genital herpes is not connected with a plantar wart or genital wart development. This is notable because no treatment can totally prevent the spread of this disease. But, the virus can still be contagious during this phase, passed on without the carrier’s knowledge. A person can easily infect other people even if there are no visible signs of it. Even if the virus does not reveal itself it does not mean that there is no disease. A female genital herpes is not connected with a plantar wart or genital wart development.

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Female Genital Herpes

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Plantar Wart, Genital Wart

The other phase is called the asymptomatic phase; the virus is not always active, thus, it is virtually undetectable when it is inactive. There are two phases in the disease; the first one is when the virus is active and there are signs of it. A female genital herpes is not connected with a plantar wart or genital wart development.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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