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herpes genitalis is characterized with verruca or blisters on the facial or genital area; wart on genitals is not related to the HSV virus. Antiviral treatment is advised for people with recurrent outbreaks and those having an impaired immune system. However, sometimes tests are needed to determine the diagnosis since the symptoms may be similar to those caused by other diseases. Visible signs and the medical history of the patient suggest the cause of the infection. herpes genitalis is characterized with verruca or blisters on the facial or genital area; wart on genitals is not related to the HSV virus.

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Herpes Genitalis

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Verruca, Wart

Sometimes, no signs are registered. The infection produces fevers also known as blisters or sores on the relevant area (vaginal or penile), accompanied by itching and pain. Though both type of the virus (HSV-1 and HSV-2) can cause the infection, the latter is more likely to lead to the condition. herpes genitalis is characterized with verruca or blisters on the facial or genital area; wart on genitals is not related to the HSV virus.

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

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