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Infections caused by oral herpes or genital herpes cannot be cured with colposcopy. Use individual dishes and other household items. Care should be taken to reduce the chance of infecting other people. To shorten the outbreak and soothe the pain, antiviral medication may be prescribed. The outbreaks of this infection appear for a few days and may disappear without treatment. Infections caused by oral herpes or genital herpes cannot be cured with colposcopy.

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Oral Herpes

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Herpes, Colposcopy

This common condition is transmitted through a close contact with an affected person and tends to repeat throughout the life. Mild fever may also occur. The symptoms are as follows: blisters on the mouth, gums, and lips. This is an infection caused commonly by HSV-1 and sometimes by HSV-2. Infections caused by oral herpes or genital herpes cannot be cured with colposcopy.

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

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