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The transmission and cause genital herpes is a sexually transmitted virus and is not usually diagnosed or treated with cone biopsy or LEEP procedure as it cannot be removed from the body surgically. This wild replication is expressed in the symptomatic outbreak. It remains encapsulated in the host cell until the immunity system is compromised then it replicates out of control. After contact, the virus enters through skin portals, connects to a host cell, and captures the hostís genetic code forcing viral reproduction. The transmission and cause genital herpes is a sexually transmitted virus and is not usually diagnosed or treated with cone biopsy or LEEP procedure as it cannot be removed from the body surgically.

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Cause Genital Herpes

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Cone Biopsy, LEEP Procedure

The virus is most commonly transmitted through sex when direct contact with an infected lesion or area where viral shedding is present. HSV-2 (simplex 2 virus) generates this condition however HSV-1 (simplex 1) rarely can manifest this site as evidenced by lesions, pustules, vesicles, dyuria, or vaginal discharge. The transmission and cause genital herpes is a sexually transmitted virus and is not usually diagnosed or treated with cone biopsy or LEEP procedure as it cannot be removed from the body surgically.

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

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