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Herpes Genital La Barbati
Tengo herpes genital , no he tenido ningún síntoma , más la mujer con la que estába se chequeo y en el examen le diagnosticaron herpes simple?
Spanish: Sorry, this was not translated into English. Take Care. ...Read more
The major organs of the reproductive system includes, the external genitalia (penis and vulva) as well as a number of internal organs including the gamete producing gonads (testicles and ovaries). Diseases of the human reproductive system are very common and widespread, particularly ...Read more
Herpes simplex: The overwhelming odds are that if your partner has herpetic lesions that you also have had herpes, even in the absence of overt lesions. If not, and you have been tested negative, would not lick your partner's whatevers. If you have been together for some time would bet you are positive, in which case it would be fine to do whatever floats your boat. ...Read more
How likely is it for a woman with herpes type 1 on her genitals, to pass it when not having a breakout?
How long after herpes exposure does it usually take to start noticing and experiencing symptoms? Oral vs genital?
Duplicate question: See my previous reply: https://www.healthtap.com/#user_questions/6793744-i-was-exposed-to-herpes-confirmed-how-long-after-does-it-usually-take-to-start-noticing-symptoms-for-both-oral-and-genitalwhat-are-the-symptomsGet a more detailed answer ›
Does herpes type 1 genitally recurs less, is shed less, and presents far less risk of transmission to others than hsv-2 ?
After exposure to herpes (both oral and genital), how long does it usually take to start noticing symptoms? And what kind of symptoms?
If most people have type 1 herpes with no outbreaks, acquired through childhood & a lot have oral sex, do most people have type 1 in genitals ?
Strain variations: We associate type one herpes primarily with cold sores and type two with genital lesions.. However, over many years we have seen either type in either location. The only way to know which type is involved is to do specific typing at a specialty lab. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was exposed to herpes (confirmed). How long after does it usually take to start noticing symptoms (for both oral and genital)?What are the symptoms?
Usually 3-5 days: Sometimes up to 10 days. The main symptoms of herpes, either oral or genital, are clusters of sores that start as red bumps, become blisters, then open sores. On moist areas (labia, inside mouth, etc) blisters aren't seen, open sores sooner. First infections often also have swollen lymph nodes in the region (e.g. groin, neck), fever, headache, etc. Many infections cause no symptoms at all. ...Read more
Hi, I have developed some herpes symptoms on my genitals. I have never had any sex .Is it possible to get infected with herpes without physicalcontact?
No: There are several possibilities. You may have had oral herpes lesions and transferred the virus to your genitals manually, although this is unlikely. You may have been infected much earlier and not developed overt symptoms until later recurrence. When you say you have never had any sex, is this like president clinton, meaning 'no intercourse' but have had oral sex? Are you sure this is herpes? ...Read more
Yes,if open: lesions were present and you touched them and then yourself,,you could spread it ...Read more
If someone gets herpes 1 on their genitals and they don't have any other form or herpes, when will the symptoms appear?
Herpes Symptoms: The herpes virus can lay dormant for various time periods and may be in your system for a time period before any symptoms begin to show. The usual incubation period of the virus (time before any symptoms show) is approximately two to twelve days after the first exposure to the virus. However, there are many possibilities. Some people never experience active symptoms. ...Read more
I have herpes like symptoms on my genitals. But type 1 and type 2 tests both came negative. Can it be wrong ? What else can this disease be ?
There are different types of herpes infections; herpes simplex infection of mouth (gingivostomatitis) and lips (labialis) are the most common. Others include genital herpes, and herpes zoster. Herpes infection could very mild to very dangerous depending on the type and location of the body affected. I ...Read more