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Herpes genitalis, buring blisters - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   can a doctor confuse syphlys and herpes?
User :   ??
User :   i mean cause a doctor told me i could have herpes but he never did say that i did and when i tried to get ahold of him i couldent
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   yes
User :   so i never found out but ive heard of ppl dying from syphlys
User :   is there any way i can get herpes med without goin and getting checked again
User :   ?
Doctor :   where is the site of herpes
User :   genital
User :   burning blisters
User :   lower back pain
Doctor :   no, herpes is a sever form of viral infection
User :   huh?
Doctor :   consultation is necessary
User :   o even though ive already been checked?
Doctor :   who dianosed it
User :   they cant get my files somehow?
Doctor :   is it recurrent
User :   yeah
Doctor :   since ow many days
User :   it was in december when i went to the doctor that thought i had it
Doctor :   wats your age
User :   22
User :   im married but my husband was very sexually active b4 we got married
Doctor :   is your husband have lesion ongenitilia
User :   i couldent get a hold of that doctor again i had to move so i tried to call and find out the results but they wouldent tell me nothing

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