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Diagnosing Genital Herpes

Diagnosing Genital Herpes

For diagnosing genital herpes, oral herpes and some verruca, blood tests are necessary. There are situations when people are only transmitters of the virus whereas they themselves do not develop the disorder. Thus even if there are no visible symptoms of the disease it does not mean that it will not be passed to other people. For diagnosing genital herpes, oral herpes and some verruca, blood tests are necessary.

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Diagnosing Genital Herpes

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Oral Herpes, Verruca

In other words, it is very common for people to have the virus without knowing it and thatís why transmitting to other people. Thus there may be visible sores that can either itch or not. There are many other possible ways the disease can reveal itself. For diagnosing genital herpes, oral herpes and some verruca, blood tests are necessary.

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

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