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Signs of genital herpes differ from a venereal wart, as genital herpes is charaterised by smaller gowths and itching. These can occur once a year or quite frequently. Things that can trigger a reoccurrence would be irritation of the area, stress, a woman’s menstrual cycle and fatigue. These symptoms can then go dormant indefinitely only to come back at a later date. Signs of genital herpes differ from a venereal wart, as genital herpes is charaterised by smaller gowths and itching.

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Signs Of Genital Herpes

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Venereal Wart, Genital Herpes

Even with no symptoms, HSV can be transmitted. The skin in that area will get red and break out with blisters filled with clear fluid, which then break open to form lesions. The initial infection of the HSV-1 can include symptoms that mimic the flu such as fever, muscle aching, and lack of appetite. Signs of genital herpes differ from a venereal wart, as genital herpes is charaterised by smaller gowths and itching.

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