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Genetal Herpes

Both genetal herpes and a vaginal wart are difficult to treat; a cone biopsy is not the option for such disorders. Patients with frequent recurrences are recommended to take antiviral medications. The symptoms tend to disappear within a week. In mild cases, no treatment is applied. Blisters on the vagina, penis, anus, hips, and related areas are the common signs of the infection. Both genetal herpes and a vaginal wart are difficult to treat; a cone biopsy is not the option for such disorders.

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Genetal Herpes

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Vaginal Wart, Cone Biopsy

The virus is acquired during a sexual intercourse or from a pregnant mother to a newborn during a vaginal delivery. This infection is commonly seen in sexually active people with multiple partners frequently being in the risk group. Both genetal herpes and a vaginal wart are difficult to treat; a cone biopsy is not the option for such disorders.

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

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