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Treatments For Genital Herpes

Treatments for genital herpes doesn't include the colposcopy or surgeries, and is the same as for oral herpes. HSV is transmitted from one person to another by skin-to-skin contact. When there are visible lesions the virus is active and the possibility of catching it is very high. The virus is transmitted from visible sores, blisters or a rash during outbreaks. Treatments for genital herpes doesn't include the colposcopy or surgeries, and is the same as for oral herpes.

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Treatments For Genital Herpes

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Colposcopy, Oral Herpes

However the virus can also spread when there are no visible sores on the body as it can also be latent in your body. Though usually of course HSV is transmitted to the area of skin that it comes into contact with. Treatments for genital herpes doesn't include the colposcopy or surgeries, and is the same as for oral herpes.

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

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