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What does herpes look like?

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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine

In brief: See image

Cluster of small blisters with surrounding redness; blisters break and form scabs.

In brief: See image

Cluster of small blisters with surrounding redness; blisters break and form scabs.
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
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Dr. Omega Edwards, m.d.
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease

In brief: Small Blister

Herpes usually looks like a small blister. Classically, the blister or blisters appears to be on top of red skin.
These blisters can be found on the genitals and can also be found on other areas. Often they are very painful. The fluid found within the vesicle contains the virus and is very contagious.

In brief: Small Blister

Herpes usually looks like a small blister. Classically, the blister or blisters appears to be on top of red skin.
These blisters can be found on the genitals and can also be found on other areas. Often they are very painful. The fluid found within the vesicle contains the virus and is very contagious.
Dr. Omega Edwards, m.d.
Dr. Omega Edwards, m.d.
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