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Genital warts, similar to herpes, not hurts

Hello, I ve had a wart of my genitalia for about 4 months now. I looked at photos of Herpes today and I noticed they looked similar, but I only have one. I never had any other symptoms of herpes and I got the wart after shaving. The wart is about the same size as a standard mole . It doesn t hurt, only when I pop it, which a infected drop of fluid sometimes comes out.
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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HAI, GENITAL HERPES MAY NOT BE PRESENT CONTINUOUSLY FOR MONTHS TOGETHER, it is a self limiting disease lasting for 2 weeks in the primary episode and even lesser time in the subsequent recurrences. So if it is persisting for more than 15 days it could not be due Herpes unless you are extremely immuno-compromised. Wart or small mucus cyst are the other possibilities. Get examined by a good physician and get rid of the same. Dr SM
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