Genital Herpes

  1. What STD causes bumps on the buttocks?

    What STD causes bumps on the buttocks?
    The sexually transmitted disease that is more likely to cause bumps on the buttocks is genital herpes. In this article, we will focus on the main aspects of genital herpes, as well as on other medical conditions that could appear with the same presentation.  What is herpes? Herpes simplex virus (HSV) has two types, HSV-1 and HSV-2. The first one is oral herpes, and the second one is genital herpes. Although both can cause genital lesions, HSV-1 is predominantly... → Continue reading
  2. What is herpes and how do you get it?

    What is herpes and how do you get it?
    Herpes simplex virus, known as herpes or HSV has two types. The first type is HSV-1, known as oral herpes. The second type is HSV-2, known as genital herpes. Although HSV-1 can also cause genital lesions, it mostly causes mouth sores. These mouth sores are also called cold sores or fever blisters. HSV-2 affects the genitals, causing painful sores to appear on them or in the anal area. Herpes simplex virus type 1 is a very prevalent disease, and... → Continue reading
  3. STDs You Can Get Without Having Sex

    STDs You Can Get Without Having Sex
    Do you know you can still contract some of the STDs even without having sex? You do not really have to be sexually active to catch a sexually transmitted disease. Before you dive into the specifics of how it is even possible, it is important for you to first understand a few terminologies. When it comes to ‘sex’, it generally means oral sex, anal sex, and penis-in-vagina sex. Penis-in-vagina is considered the only viable form of sex. However, there... → Continue reading
  4. Genital Herpes

    Genital Herpes is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) in which Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) is the causative agent. Both Herpes and Herpes Simplex Virus are of two types. HSV 1 and HSV 2 and Oral Herpes and Genital Herpes. HSV1 is most commonly associated with cold sores, i.e., blisters and ulcers around the mouth, whereas HSV2 mostly causes herpes in the genital areas. However, both HSV1 and HSV2 can cause any herpes. For example, a cold sore on the mouth... → Continue reading

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