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Herpes Simplex Ii

Herpes simplex ii usually affects genital area and cannot be treated with LEEP procedure, like genital warts; oral herpes is also incurable. An outbreak may last for a week or two and disappear on its own or with the medicine use. The virus travels to the skin causing the symptoms a few days later. Once the virus settles in the body, it will become dormant and show its presence when reactivated. Herpes simplex ii usually affects genital area and cannot be treated with LEEP procedure, like genital warts; oral herpes is also incurable.

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Herpes Simplex Ii

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LEEP Procedure, Oral Herpes

The condition may be accompanied by a high temperature and pain in the muscles. Patients may suffer from blisters on the genitals, anus, and genital areas. The symptoms are lesions or blisters. This strain of virus usually affects sexually active people since it is transmitted through any sexual relations. Herpes simplex ii usually affects genital area and cannot be treated with LEEP procedure, like genital warts; oral herpes is also incurable.

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

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