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A genital herpes pain can be compared to a venereal wart, but it cannot be treated with cryotherapy. If you suspect you may have the virus the best way to check it is to have a swab taken from a blister, sore or other lesion during an outbreak or suspected outbreak. In general, people with HSV-1 infection experience fewer outbreaks of symptoms than those with HSV-2 and the outbreaks are often milder. A genital herpes pain can be compared to a venereal wart, but it cannot be treated with cryotherapy.

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Genital Herpes Pain

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Venereal Wart, Cryotherapy

For this type of the virus it is more common to affect penis, vagina and areas near them. This virus is also responsible for oral fold sores. The disease discussed is caused by the virus that is called the simplex virus type 2 (or HSV-2). A genital herpes pain can be compared to a venereal wart, but it cannot be treated with cryotherapy.

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

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