Symptoms may occur several weeks and even months after being exposed to the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and include: If you are experiencing any unusual irritation, or if you suspect that you have contracted a sexually transmitted infection PLEASE consult your doctor or other health care provider immediately.
Genital herpes should always be diagnosed professionally.
Herpes symptoms are not always easy to identify because they can vary so much from person to person and do not always appear as expected.
In fact, some people show little to no symptoms at all.
Real herpes symptoms can be overlooked or passed off as being something less significant, such as a pimple, bump, skin rash or ingrown hair.
A herpes breakout will sometimes (but not always) develop into a cut, sore, blister or lesion.
Unlike genital herpes, syphilis does not usually produce a cluster of blisters, and it usually responds well to antibiotics.
Genital Warts causes growths of skin-colored, cauliflower-like masses of various sizes and shapes.
A herpes specific test is often required to find out the real cause of the infection.
OK, so you have what you think be herpes but are unsure…