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Genetal herpes cannot be treated with cone biopsy, although a genital wart can be succesfully removed with such a method. Patients with frequent recurrences are recommended to take antiviral medications. The symptoms tend to disappear within a week. In mild cases, no treatment is applied. Blisters on the vagina, penis, anus, hips, and related areas are the common signs of the infection. Genetal herpes cannot be treated with cone biopsy, although a genital wart can be succesfully removed with such a method.

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Genetal Herpes

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Cone Biopsy, Genital Wart

The virus is acquired during a sexual intercourse or from a pregnant mother to a newborn during a vaginal delivery. This infection is commonly seen in sexually active people with multiple partners frequently being in the risk group. Genetal herpes cannot be treated with cone biopsy, although a genital wart can be succesfully removed with such a method.

Other Topics: HPV in Man, HPV Vaccine, Picture of HPV Infection, HPV Prevention, HPV Prevention, Oral Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papilloma Virus, Cause of Cervical Dysplasia, Abnormal Pap Smear, Genital Wart

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

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