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Blister in pubic area, pain, itchiness, discomfort. STD tests negative. Causes?

I just got tested not too long ago for STDs and my result came back negative for everything but now in my Pubi Area I have what looks like a Herpes blister ( except its not filled with any fluid) it hurts more than itches and is uncomfortable on TOP of i was recently Sick and i know sickness can bring on an outbreak ... im freaking out i was wondering cold it be i a hemroid
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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Hi there,
Welcome to HCM.
It does not seem like a herpes blister because herpes usually causes a group of blisters which is fluid filled and itchy. Genital herpes usually is sexually transmitted.
the herpes which is brought about by sickness is herpes simplex 1 which affects lips and mouth. I suggest application of antibacterial cream on the blister for a week. If it does not reduce get tin touch with your GP and get it examined. Thanks.
Answered: Sun, 29 Sep 2013
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