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Genital Herpes Diagnosis

Genital herpes diagnosis is performed with a blood test, not like a genital wart that can be examined by taking a cone biopsy. Every other time, the virus is less dangerous and severe. The duration of the first episodes is shorter and less severe in those with a pre-existing HSV-1 antibody response. The symptoms of the virus usually persist for 1 to 3 weeks. Genital herpes diagnosis is performed with a blood test, not like a genital wart that can be examined by taking a cone biopsy.

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Genital Herpes Diagnosis

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Wart, Cone Biopsy

It is very important to get treatment in the earliest stage of the virus. Vaginal and labial blisters may be so painful that women become unable to pass urine and require catheterisation. This virus is usually more painful in women because of their anatomy. Genital herpes diagnosis is performed with a blood test, not like a genital wart that can be examined by taking a cone biopsy.

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

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