A 19-year-old member asked:
Negative for hsv 1&2 at 12weeks,16,,18weeks,20 weeks igg blood test 2 culture swabs both negative doctors (dermatologist) saying im having allergic reactions on lips is that possible to have blisters on your lips that is not hsv??
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Pediatrics 34 years experience
Depends on details: "Blisters" means different things to different people. An in-person exam or a video consultation would be needed to see what "blisters" means to the patient. If there is concern conclusions based upon a patient's: History, Exam, Lab Tests, then the patient can talk with the caring doctor because that doctor is "on the scene" and knows the whole story.
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