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Herpes labial cannot be treated with cryosurgery, like a wart. The virus is never to be gone. Patients experience difficulties during eating and drinking. The symptoms disappear on their own, yet medication can be used to quicken the heeling due to discomforts caused by the lesions. The first outbreaks of the infection may last for up to two weeks. Herpes labial cannot be treated with cryosurgery, like a wart.

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Herpes Labial

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Cryosurgery, Wart

The virus is transmitted through close contact with someone having an outbreak of the infection, yet is never transmitted through air. However, the infection can also be asymptomatic. Sometimes, an infected person has visible lesions on the genitals, anus area, and buttocks. Herpes labial cannot be treated with cryosurgery, like a wart.

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

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