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A outbreak of genital herpes, men and women alike, will experience discomfort and lesions in which a cone biopsy and LEEP procedure are not used as treatments. The first symptoms of the disease may appear in two to ten days after having sex with an infected person. These signs can last from two to three weeks. The early symptoms can include an itching or burning sensation; pain in the legs, buttocks, or penis, vagina and area around them; vaginal discharge; or a feeling of pressure in the abdominal region. A outbreak of genital herpes, men and women alike, will experience discomfort and lesions in which a cone biopsy and LEEP procedure are not used as treatments.

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Genital Herpes Men

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Cone Biopsy, LEEP Procedure

If there are any signs of the listed above you need to visit the doctor and make all the necessary tests. Usually if there are no sores they can appear within a few days, sores (also called lesions) reappear at the site of infection. A outbreak of genital herpes, men and women alike, will experience discomfort and lesions in which a cone biopsy and LEEP procedure are not used as treatments.

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

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