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The herpes 1 type virus is usually located orally, and cannot be mistaken for vaginitis or diagnosed with a cone biopsy. This strain of the virus is the common cause of oral-labial infection associated with cold sores on the mouth, lips, tongue, gums, and facial areas. This type is rarely reported as the cause of the genital infection. The virus enters the body through mucous and saliva and stays there to appear throughout the life. The herpes 1 type virus is usually located orally, and cannot be mistaken for vaginitis or diagnosed with a cone biopsy.

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Vaginitis, Cone Biopsy

The symptoms appear from time to time causing inconvenience and sometimes pain. Antiviral medication is prescribed to ease the condition of the patient. However, there is no vaccine for the virus suggesting the importance of preventive measures such as avoiding contact with someone having an attack. The herpes 1 type virus is usually located orally, and cannot be mistaken for vaginitis or diagnosed with a cone biopsy.

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

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