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A 32-year-old female asked:

Red dime sized spot on upper labia majora 3 wks post one night stand. no blisters/ pain. no shaving since that night. lasted 3 days. is it herpes?

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Dr. Michael Jelinek
Infectious Disease 40 years experience
Not likely Herpes.: A painless lesion of the genital area is not likely to be herpes because most herpes lesions are painful! There are other STD's to consider and you should see your Doctor.
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Last updated Apr 27, 2015

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