Herpes Symptoms

The symptoms of herpes can appear between 2- 14 days after the person is infected as it takes time for the virus to pass through the anti-body solders in our body. The infection can last up to 2 weeks. Below are the following symptoms that a person with oral or genital herpes could have:

  • Sores or blisters on the infected area.
  • Swollen lymph glands.
  • Swelling or pain around the infected area.
  • Burning and itching sensation in the genitals.
  • Headaches and muscles aches.
  • Fever or flu, with a high chance of getting a cold.
  • Penis or vaginal discharge.
  • Sometimes the patient may experience lower back pain.
  • An infection of the urethra causing a burning sensation during urination.

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