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Herpes genitale cannot be cured with cone biopsy, but vaginal wart can be treated successfully. Since the virus stays in the body for life, recurrent outbreaks are inevitable. However, in people with a poor immune system, the blisters take a longer time to disappear. The blisters take about two weeks to heal and are not usually treated. Herpes genitale cannot be cured with cone biopsy, but vaginal wart can be treated successfully.

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Herpes Genitale

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Cone Biopsy, Vaginal Wart

Sometimes fever, pain, burning, and other discomforts occur. The disease is characterized by blisters on the penis, vagina, anus, and close areas. This is considered a sexually transmitted disease as the virus is spread during intercourse with a person suffering from an outbreak. Herpes genitale cannot be cured with cone biopsy, but vaginal wart can be treated successfully.

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

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