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The herpes symplex virus is not treated with cryosurgery as the venereal wart virus commonly is. There are two strains of the virus that may affect any person who contacted an infected one. HSV-1 is very common and is usually responsible for cold sores, whereas HSV-2 results in blisters on the penis, vagina, and close areas. The herpes symplex virus is not treated with cryosurgery as the venereal wart virus commonly is.

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Herpes Symplex

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Cryosurgery, Venereal Wart

Both strains easily infect mucous membranes and cannot be eliminated from the organism once they settle there. During an outbreak, the virus goes to the skin and multiplies there. This is the time when the risks of spreading the infection to other people reach the highest point. The herpes symplex virus is not treated with cryosurgery as the venereal wart virus commonly is.

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

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