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A herpes simplex virus is not usually treated with cryosurgery, like venereal wart disorder. To reduce the chance of getting infected, it is recommended to improve the immune system, use individual towels and like objects, and avoid promiscuity. The virus is transmitted during a close contact with an affected person or during sexual intercourse when an affected partner has an outbreak of the infection. A herpes simplex virus is not usually treated with cryosurgery, like venereal wart disorder.

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Herpes Simplex

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Cryosurgery, Venereal Wart

Yet, can also lead to lesions on the mouth and eyes. HSV-2 is the cause of genital affection. Commonly, the first type causes infections on the face, yet can result in genital infection. This virus has two strains that cause the condition - HSV-1 and HSV-2. A herpes simplex virus is not usually treated with cryosurgery, like venereal wart disorder.

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

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