Penis blisters, male herpes type 2 cause lip infection?
Q: I’m a man in my mid-20s. Recently, there was a small blister on the genitals (under the ear). Two days ago, I visited the urology department and they said it was Herpes type 2.
The virus has been prescribed 200 mg/anti-virus ointment for the genital organs, including stumps, abscesses, blisters, warts, and acne.
It’s been about a year since I met my girlfriend, and I have sex more than three times a week. This has never happened before, but a few days ago, fever, headache, loss of appetite, and a feeling of force began to appear, and blisters were formed on the genitals. The pain started when it exploded.
I had a question. Once, my girlfriend had a checkup at an obstetrics and gynecology clinic, and there was nothing wrong then. So why is he infected with herpes? 비아그라
When I was tired, I sometimes got blisters around my lips. Is it infected by oral sex?
A: Herpes are classified into Type 1 and Type 2. Usually, it’s type 1 if there’s blisters around the mouth, or type 2 if there’s blisters around the penis. In addition, oral sex may result in a mixture of types 1 and 2 in both the mouth and the genitals. If you had oral sex with your girlfriend after kissing her, it could have been transmitted as a medium.
Herpes virus usually shows no symptoms, but when the immune system drops due to stress, blisters begin to appear. Therefore, it is possible that you were infected long before you recognized the symptoms.
Herpes are recurrent, so they can happen again. If you take the prescribed medicine well, you’ll be fine in a few days.