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Blisters caused by anal herpes cannot be cured completely with cone biopsy and cryosurgery. Antiviral medicine is prescribed to lessen pain and suppress the virus. About 75% of infected people have no idea they suffer from the infection. To avoid getting infected, it is recommended to have contacts only with trusted partners, since in many cases, there are visible symptoms of the infection. Blisters caused by anal herpes cannot be cured completely with cone biopsy and cryosurgery.

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Anal Herpes

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Cone Biopsy, Cryosurgery

The initial infection is considered the most painful and often manifests itself in lesions’ appearance in the genital area, anus, and buttocks. The virus becomes latent in the body for days and even years between the outbreaks. HSV virus transmitted during any sexual contact causes this infection. Blisters caused by anal herpes cannot be cured completely with cone biopsy and cryosurgery.

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

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