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Typical herpes symptoms differ from a vaginal wart and cannot be treated with cryotherapy. There can also be other signs that are: itching or burning in the genital (sex organs) area, pain in the legs, bottom, or genital area, vaginal discharge, fever, headache, muscle aches, etc. Sometimes these sores are not painful though some pains are usual and rather severe. Typical herpes symptoms differ from a vaginal wart and cannot be treated with cryotherapy.

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Herpes Symptoms

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Vaginal Wart, Cryotherapy

As a matter of fact, these sores can disappear without any treatment in two to three weeks. There are following signs of the virus that are: small red bumps on the penis, vagina, or wherever the infection began that can become blisters or painful open sores. Typical herpes symptoms differ from a vaginal wart and cannot be treated with cryotherapy.

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

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