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Urethritis HPV

Urethritis-HPV or urinary infection is not related to having genital herpes. This disorder occurs when the urethra gets infected and inflamed. There can be irritation by substances and chemicals, such as creams, soap and spermicides. This type of the disorder can not be spread to anyone else. Sexually transmitted diseases, (gonorrhea and chlamydia) can also cause this disorder and infect other sexual partners. Urethritis-HPV or urinary infection is not related to having genital herpes.

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Urethritis HPV

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Urinary Infection, Genital Herpes

While females get such problems too, it seems to be more common in males. As males have a longer urinary tract than females do, their symptoms are more severe and painful then in females. Urethritis-HPV or urinary infection is not related to having genital herpes.

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

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