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Herpes Simplex I

While herpes simplex i usually causes blisters in the mouth, HSV-II causes genital herpes; these conditions differ from vaginal wart and cannot be cured with cryotherapy or other methods. The disease does not require any treatment except that the pain may be relieved with antiviral medicines. Sometimes, the gums may grow red and swollen and the tongue becomes white. Though some people may not register any signs, cold sores on the mouth and lips are common. While herpes simplex i usually causes blisters in the mouth, HSV-II causes genital herpes; these conditions differ from vaginal wart and cannot be cured with cryotherapy or other methods.

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Herpes Simplex I

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Vaginal Wart, Cryotherapy

The condition will appear a few times further in life and cannot be cured since the virus sticks to the nerve cells. In children, the initial infection tends to be more severe. This strain of the virus is spread by a close contact with an infected person or by saliva. While herpes simplex i usually causes blisters in the mouth, HSV-II causes genital herpes; these conditions differ from vaginal wart and cannot be cured with cryotherapy or other methods.

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

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