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I am freeking out please help is this is herpes or not I am going crazy for two weeks now I have this red dots on my pinus for 5 days?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry
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In brief: Medical Diagnosis

Local symptoms from a Herpes simplex 2 infection are usually is seen 2 to 12 days after exposure & consists of a cluster of lesions that look like blisters.
The lesions can appear on the penis, anus, labia or cervix & they can spread, coalesce followed by crusting over. The fluid in the lesions is very contagious. Some people contract Herpes Simplex 2 without symptoms. Obtain medical diagnosis.

In brief: Medical Diagnosis

Local symptoms from a Herpes simplex 2 infection are usually is seen 2 to 12 days after exposure & consists of a cluster of lesions that look like blisters.
The lesions can appear on the penis, anus, labia or cervix & they can spread, coalesce followed by crusting over. The fluid in the lesions is very contagious. Some people contract Herpes Simplex 2 without symptoms. Obtain medical diagnosis.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Dr. Sady Ribeiro
Pain Management
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In brief: Icthing ?

does the lesion have some vesicles ? is painful? is it itching ?

In brief: Icthing ?

does the lesion have some vesicles ? is painful? is it itching ?
Dr. Sady Ribeiro
Dr. Sady Ribeiro
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Dr. Natalie Sieb
Family Medicine

In brief: Hard to say

Hard to say without visualizing the lesions, but in general, genital herpes presents as a collection of small, very painful vesicles after exposure to someone else who also has herpes.
If this accurately describes your problem, you need to see a doctor right away and get on some antiviral medication to help the lesions go away. Note, however, that you will never get rid of the virus.

In brief: Hard to say

Hard to say without visualizing the lesions, but in general, genital herpes presents as a collection of small, very painful vesicles after exposure to someone else who also has herpes.
If this accurately describes your problem, you need to see a doctor right away and get on some antiviral medication to help the lesions go away. Note, however, that you will never get rid of the virus.
Dr. Natalie Sieb
Dr. Natalie Sieb
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