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Treatment Of Genital Herpes

The treatment of genital herpes will not include the cone biopsy, as herpes symptoms are from a virus and cannot be surgically removed. As this is a sexually transmitted infection usual precautions can be made such as using condoms, spermicidal foams, creams and jellies though they are still not proven to protect from this infection. The virus can be passed to the unborn child if the mother is infected. The treatment of genital herpes will not include the cone biopsy, as herpes symptoms are from a virus and cannot be surgically removed.

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Treatment Of Genital Herpes

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Cone Biopsy, Herpes

Once you have been infected you are not to get cured form the disease for the rest of your life. A child can be infected during or shortly after delivery though usually that happens after delivery. Infected newborns can develop skin or mouth sores or eye infections that are very dangerous. The treatment of genital herpes will not include the cone biopsy, as herpes symptoms are from a virus and cannot be surgically removed.

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

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