Herpes occurs in the form of painful blisters that ooze fluid. Caused by HSV1 or HSV2 which is the Herpes Simplex Virus, the disease enters the body through the mucous membranes. It affects the cervix, the genitals and skin of the body and is, generally, a chronic (long-term) condition. Episodic treatments and suppressive treatments are prescribed to patients, depending on the method and frequency of recurrence. With suppressive treatment, the risk of transmitting HSV to the partner is significantly reduced, though the risk still remains.
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