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A herpes outbreak sometimes can resemble genital wart, but it cannot be treated with cone biopsy and other methods used for warts. Sometimes, antiviral medication is prescribed to reduce pain and suppress the virus. The lesions from infection disappear within a week or so. This may be due to cold, stress, and other numerous factors. The occurances are likely to repeat a few times a year with certain factors being provoking. A herpes outbreak sometimes can resemble genital wart, but it cannot be treated with cone biopsy and other methods used for warts.

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Herpes Outbreak

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Genital Wart, Cone Biopsy

When active, the virus will travel to skin causing the symptoms. Once the virus affects a person, it will get to nerve cells and remain there dormant. The symptoms of this infection are characterized by lesions and sometimes mild fever. A herpes outbreak sometimes can resemble genital wart, but it cannot be treated with cone biopsy and other methods used for warts.

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

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