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Does herpes always go to blisters and such or can it just be a constant irritation of the genital area , all the literature and pics seem to suggest this.:confused:

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sun seeker

My partner has had outbreaks where the end of his penis is red and itches but hasnt resulted in blisters. He has also had OBs that develope from red and itchy and then blisters but only one or two blisters.

Where as my OBs always result in blisters.

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sweetheart87

Sometimes its just an itch..and sometimes it leads to blisters. I guess it depends on how your body reacts to the virus. You will have to learn your tiggers and see what happens when you get an ob.

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bobbyk

Thanks for your replies The irritation is more or less constant which is to say that at some stage everyday there is a period of itching and tingling but the redness issue dosent seem does the redness appear at the time or is it random and seperate to the other symptoms also the itching seems to be at the perineum and on the pubic hair near the thigh area, I guess I will contact a physician and get tested.

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