Genetical herpes - symptoms


Herpes. Symptoms start with tingling or itching around your genitals. Small blisters may form in the area and then pop open. When this happens, you might feel burning, especially when urinating. The sores then turn to scabs. During the first outbreak, you might have swollen glands, fever and body aches. But some people don't have such obvious symptoms. Outbreaks may occur for the rest of your life, but usually become less frequent and less painful with time.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Can you provide some photos of female genital herpes? I just got some at anonymous herpes dating site of pozgroup.com, but they are not very clear.

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