The symptoms of Genital herpes include: Genital sores, Burning pain, Painful red blister rash, Enlarged lymph nodes, Fever, Burning with urination, Painful urination.
Blister-like. Local symptoms are usually seen 2 to 12 days after exposure and 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.
NONE. But we know that the virus is present occasionally between attacks. Thus you may be contagious when there are no symptoms. In fact most transmission occurs from a person who does not know she carries the virus or from a known infected person during a time with no symptoms. Antiviral meds reduce the risk of infecting another person but are not 100% effective.
Pain, burnIng, blist. Pain, irritation, like burning, and blisters in various stages of oozing crusting and healing. The first infection is often the worst and can be accompanied by a flu like syndrome. Blisters are usually multiple and in the same general area of the body/skin.
Painful blisters. Often is preceded by strange sensation followed by one or more painful blisters that rupture and then dry out and heal.
Mnay. First time around you may get systemic symptoms of fever, chills, malaise, an outbreak of numerous blister-like lesions on the genetalia which will rupture and leave very tender and painful ulcers which may last as long as 10-14days. The female genetalia may become swollen and tender to the point that she cannot walk. The man can develop severe swelling which may partially impede free urination.
Often none or delay. May have some stinging on urination. May develop visible genital "warts". Women may have a vaginal discharge or pain with sex.
Painful lesions. The symptoms vary. Some people have very mild to no symptoms, while others have redness and fluid filled blisters that are painful and burn. Sometimes there is tingling or burning in the area before the blisters appear. If you think you have an outbreak and it's your first time, get checked out asap by your primary doc, because initial treatment makes subsequent outbreaks less frequent.
Ulcers. That might not be visible so have it checked.
Herpes simplex. Herpes simplex in the genital area may cause no symptoms in some people. In others, a few weeks after being exposed to herpes a person may develop fever, muscle aches ; pains, headache ; swelling of groin lymph nodes. The lesions may be preceded several days by itching ;/or pain. They start as red bumps which then develop into blisters. When the blisters break open they ooze fluid or bleed.
Genital Herpes. I may have bad news for you. 90% of those infected with genital herpes do not have outbreaks or any other physical symptom, but can still be contagious through viral shedding. If you do not have outbreaks there is no test to tell you where you got infected or at what rate you are contagious. Herpes outbreaks are usually a cluster of painful or itchy blisters that then ulcerate and are raw skin.
Blisters, sores. Mostly superficial blisters that quickly (1-2 days) become painful open sores, especially on moist tissues. First infection most severe, usually at sites directly exposed in sex (penis, labia, vaginal opening, etc) and often fever and inflamed lymph nodes in the groin. Recurrent outbreaks usually milder, no inflamed nodes or fever; may be preceded by neurologic "prodrome" of tingling etc.
Not a podiatry? You need to direct this to your familoy doctor.