Signs and Symptoms of Herpes
initial herpes outbreak is characterized by intense painful episodes of sores or rash and
tends to last longer than later outbreaks. A burning sensation followed by
the outbreak of blisters, leaving sometimes, cutaneous ulceration. You may also experience vaginal discharge and painful urination. In contact with urine, those ulcers cause
excruciating pain. In addition, the
liquid seeped by those ulcers is very contagious.
Those ulcers are gateway
for other sexually transmitted diseases; it is crucial to refrain from sex during herpes outbreaks.
In addition, you many have swollen and tender lymph nodes in your groin. All those
symptoms may be accompanied by fever, headache, stomachache and abdominal pain.
When the oral herpes
simplex infection affects your eye, it can cause blurred vision.