Dating advice for the frist time
Then small blisters appear on the labia (the lips that surround the opening of the vagina).
After 3 or 4 days, they burst to leave small, painful sores.
An uncomfortable tingling feeling in the genital area and buttocks often warns that an attack is about to occur.
Some people experience shooting pains in the buttocks, legs or hips.
Passing urine may be uncomfortable, and there may be discomfort or pain around the anus (back passage). The ulcers on the glans or the foreskin heal softly, but those on the shaft or scrotum form scabs as they heal.
Do not assume that you will get more attacks of herpes some people do not.
You can also catch herpes from someone who has no visible herpes sores.
About 3% of people carry the virus on their skin without knowing that they have it (because it has never given them any symptoms), but they can pass it on to other people.
Although this sounds bad, recurrent attacks are often very mild.
whenever i have sex, thrree to four days after i start developing some blisters on the lips of my vagina.
is it herpes or what and should i consult a doctor because it is the third time since it occured though they heal after about four days Posted by Kimberley on 24/11/2016 at Hi it was very helpful but it still didn't answer my question how do you know the genital herpes on your vagina breaks inside of you I heard that dangerous each time I have an attack it gets worse than before my whole month burns can't taste the food my doctor won't tell me if I have it I know I do have those hard little or somethings they get large they are painful Posted by Scared on 02/11/2016 at I went to my doctor a week ago and find out I had herpes 1 and 2 he mentioned that it's not active right now I was exposed to the virus does that mean that my partner also has herpes since we has a child together Posted by Aisha Abba on 05/08/2016 at Herpes virus do not have medical cure because the virus is capable of hiding within the human cells, it remains protected from your immune system.
Many people find that recurrences become less frequent and even milder with time.
You will probably not have the flu-like feeling, nor the swollen glands in the groin, that you may have had with the first attack.