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Genital Herpes Sores

Genital herpes sores look different from a wart and cannot be removed with cryotherapy. The first outbreak usually lasts longer and causes more discomfort than subsequent outbreaks. There are the following symptoms that remind flu-like symptoms and include fever, headache, and swollen glands, and single or clustered painful blisters erupt from the infected site. Genital herpes sores look different from a wart and cannot be removed with cryotherapy.

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Genital Herpes Sores

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Wart, Cryotherapy

The primary episode usually occurs within 2-20 days after exposure to an infected person. Though if symptoms occur during the primary outbreak, they can be quite pronounced. Most people being infected with the virus are not aware of their infection. Genital herpes sores look different from a wart and cannot be removed with cryotherapy.

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

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