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Herpes Simplex Picture

A typical herpes simplex picture is small blisters on the facial or genital area; these lesions cannot be removed with LEEP procedure, cryotherapy and other methods. Patients suffering from frequent episodes should take antiviral medication. The signs may disappear without any treatment. The outbreak of the infection can also be asymptomatic. Labial and genital infections are associated with such symptoms as lesions on the face and genitals, plus mild fever and asthenia. A typical herpes simplex picture is small blisters on the facial or genital area; these lesions cannot be removed with LEEP procedure, cryotherapy and other methods.

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Herpes Simplex Picture

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LEEP Procedure, Cryotherapy

The virus is transmitted through saliva or a sexual intercourse, which puts sexually active people at risk. The population of this virus can cause a few relative infections that are very common and are not related to sex, social status, or other factors. A typical herpes simplex picture is small blisters on the facial or genital area; these lesions cannot be removed with LEEP procedure, cryotherapy and other methods.

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

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