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Genital Herpes Stage

Genital Herpes Stage

Some symptoms of genital herpes stage of outbreak would be similar to an oral herpes outbreak, and is not diagnosable with the pap smear test. This disease transitions common phases such as “pre-outbreak” (prodrome phase) characterized by localized tingling, itching, and/or burning sensation, plus, some secondary symptoms of fever, headaches, dyuria, malaise, and irritability. Next phase, not usually observed, is a small, localized inflammation (early redness) followed by tenderness and redness in the infected area. Some symptoms of genital herpes stage of outbreak would be similar to an oral herpes outbreak, and is not diagnosable with the pap smear test.

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Genital Herpes Stage

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Oral Herpes, Pap Smear

During a blister phase, bumps or clusters of blisters emerge which later rupture leaving sores (wet ulcer phase). Next a crust or scab shields the lesion (dry crust phase), as new skin grows underneath the drying lesion. The crust then falls off leaving a red or different appearance (healing phase). Some symptoms of genital herpes stage of outbreak would be similar to an oral herpes outbreak, and is not diagnosable with the pap smear test.

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

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