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What Are the Symptoms Of Genital Herpes?

Herpes infections are a common yet often misunderstood aspect of sexual health. The infection often presents without symptoms, or with very mild symptoms that may be mistaken for something else. 

In this blog, our Medical Director, Dr Rashid Bani, explains the signs to look out for, and what might trigger them. So, let’s dive in. What are the symptoms of genital herpes?

The most common symptom of genital herpes is oozing blisters that can appear on the genital and buttock areas in both men and women, potentially accompanied by swollen lymph glands, body aches, headaches, fever, tingling sensations, and unusual discharge. 

Read on to learn more about herpes symptoms, how long herpes symptoms can last, and how you can prevent future transmission. 

Herpes symptoms
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