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Posted by: Nathalie | 2009/10/26

Genital Herpes

I regularly get little blisters in the perinium area which are very sore. The pain gets better once the blisters have been popped. Had a urine test to confirm that it was genital herpes but it came back negative?

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The best way to make the diagnosis of herpes is a swab from the blisters when they are present.

Best wishes

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Posted by: gynaedoc | 2009/10/28

The best way to make the diagnosis of herpes is a swab from the blisters when they are present.

Best wishes

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Posted by: gynaedoc | 2009/10/28

The best way to make the diagnosis of herpes is a swab from the blisters when they are present.

Best wishes

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