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Herpes testing allows to determine the nature of growths on the genitals; it can be condyloma, venereal wart or other viral disorders. Scrappings from a lesion and blood tests are not always helpful. Sometimes, the disease is asymptomatic, in which case a person is diagnosed through tests. In most cases, the diagnosis is established on the basis of visible signs. Herpes testing allows to determine the nature of growths on the genitals; it can be condyloma, venereal wart or other viral disorders.

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Herpes Testing

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Condyloma, Venereal Wart

Cold sores on the lips, mouth, the inside of the cheeks, as well as lesions on the genitals appear during the outbreaks of oral and genital infections respectively. Patients who are diagnosed with this infection are likely to have recurrent outbreaks a few times a year. Herpes testing allows to determine the nature of growths on the genitals; it can be condyloma, venereal wart or other viral disorders.

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

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