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Genital Herpes

  • Caused by a virus spread by skin to skin contact (genital or oral)
  • Some people carrying the virus have no symptoms or signs
  • Some people will get blisters, pain or burning in the genital area during an outbreak
  • It is possible to pass on the virus even if you have no symptoms or signs
  • Treatment is possible to shorten an outbreak
  • Further outbreaks may occur
  • Can be important during pregnancy

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For more detailed information, please visit:  Genital Herpes (FPA)

 
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