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1 Genital Herpes Type

1 Genital Herpes Type

Type 1 genital herpes type is not treated with the LEEP procedure, as ASCUS often is. Infection about the sexual body parts is typically acquired through sexual contact and usually from HSV-II (90%). HSV-I (10%) can be transmitted by direct contact with virus-infected saliva. HSV-I infection of the sex organs is almost always by oral sex with a person who has the oral HSV-1 infection. Type 1 genital herpes type is not treated with the LEEP procedure, as ASCUS often is.

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1 Genital Herpes Type

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LEEP Procedure, ASCUS

One of two distinct linear double-stranded viruses, HSV-I causes a minority of intimate area outbreak symptoms and shares about 50% of homogenous genetic composition with HSV-II resulting similar expressed type-common surface antigens. They also offer a level of antibody cross protection, thus, cell-mediated immune responses are vital in determining potency. Type 1 genital herpes type is not treated with the LEEP procedure, as ASCUS often is.

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

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