What are the symptoms of genital herpes? The details are as follows:
HSV-2 is the main pathogen of genital herpes, which exists in exudates, semen, prostate secretion, cervical and vaginal secretion with skin and mucous membrane damage, and mainly causes primary genital herpes through infection. Dirty sex life is one of the main causes of genital herpes, so we must clean ourselves to prevent and control infection. The treatment of genital herpes needs to go to a formal hospital, because on the one hand, the treatment technology of the informal hospital is unqualified, and on the other hand, it causes economic losses.
If genital herpes recurs, because genital herpes recurs frequently, it is difficult to control, sometimes the pain is serious, resulting in heavy mental burden, affecting family harmony, and even depression
Symptoms of male genital herpes are common. This disease can also occur in women. But men have more patients than women. What are the common symptoms of male genital herpes?
The symptoms of male genital herpes are mainly manifested in genital parts such as penis and foreskin, and lesions such as papules and blisters, which are highly infectious and seriously endanger reproductive health. Typical symptoms of male genital herpes are as follows:
There are blisters on the glans of the foreskin: about 4 to 5 days after the infection of the male, the vulva first has a burning sensation, and then there are groups of papules, which can form one or more clusters of blisters.
Penile ulcer and pain: blisters evolve into pustules after a period of time, and form erosion after rupture. The patient is conscious of pain. Skin injury mainly occurs in male foreskin, glans and other places, and occasionally occurs in the urethral orifice.
Other symptoms: the first onset of the disease is often accompanied by low fever, abdominal pain, chills, nausea and other symptoms of male genital herpes. Virus transmission can also infect the urethra and bladder mucosa, which can cause frequent urination, pain, urinary retention and other symptoms. Male homosexual patients can have anorectal infection, which is second only to male anorectal inflammation caused by gonococcus, and is characterized by severe anorectal pain, constipation, pus discharge and internal sense of urgency.