If you experience any of the above-mentioned symptoms of genital herpes, it’s important to see a doctor. They can make a proper diagnosis and discuss how to manage the infection.
There is no cure for genital herpes and signs often show up again after the first outbreak. These are called prodromal symptoms, which may include genital pain and tingling or shooting pain in the legs, hips or buttocks Medicine can ease symptoms and also lowers the risk of infecting others. Using condoms can help prevent the spread of a genital herpes infection.
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