Is herpes the cause of genital burning?

It may be. There are multiple other causes. If you are having this and are uncertain of the cause, please see your doctor. Not only because there may be other causes, but also if you have genital herpes you should be tested for other stds.

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Doc said it was Yeast infec didn't go away now he said it's BV & it still hasn't gone away after treatment. Constant genital burning what could it be?

Genital burning. It is possible you may have a trichomonas infection. If so, make sure your mate also gets treated otherwise, you may be passing your infection back and forth. Read more...
Lots of possibles. You could have either of those types of vaginitis with lack of response to treatment. Also you could have a dermatitis. See a doctor. Read more...

I have problems in my penish. Some dots have on the genital. Burning sensarion when urinating. Some whiter discharge from penis after urinating.

Urethritis. It surely sounds like you have a prostate or urethral infection. If you have been sexual then the discharge is either from gonorrhea or chlamydia or both. The dots could represent other infections or a reaction to infection. You need testing and treatment. Read more...

What to do if I have genital burning, penis inflammation, dry skin, cracked tongue and sore testicles.?

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Swollen lymph node and debilitating exterior genital burning (vulva and anus) Repeated negative biopsy and std/infection.

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