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Genital Herpes

Genital herpes is difficult to cure completely, but symptoms can be removed with cryosurgery or other methods of curing vaginal wart disorders. The state of the immune system determines persistency of symptoms. Although pain, itching, and burning may result, adults do not experience major problems resulting from HSV infection. The virus enters the broken skin after contact with someone who is having an outbreak (with or without visible sores). Genital herpes is difficult to cure completely, but symptoms can be removed with cryosurgery or other methods of curing vaginal wart disorders.

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Genital Herpes

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Cryosurgery, Vaginal Wart

HSV can be dormant remaining in the nerve cells without any outward signs. Type 1, causes fever blisters (cold sores). HSV type 2 infection is a sexually transmitted disease; it commonly causes lesions in or around the vagina, penis, buttocks, rectal orifice, and thighs and sometime may infect the mouth. Genital herpes is difficult to cure completely, but symptoms can be removed with cryosurgery or other methods of curing vaginal wart disorders.

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

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