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If you haven't been diagnosed with genital herpes,call your doctor if you have any of the following:
If you have been diagnosed with genital herpes,call your doctor if you are having frequent outbreaks.
Frequently Asked Questions About Genital Herpes
Genital herpes can be a confusing disease. Symptoms can look like other conditions, or there may be no symptoms at all. How can you to tell if you have it? These questions and answers will help.
Read the Frequently Asked Questions About Genital Herpes article > >
If you are pregnantand have genital herpes, or if you think you have genital herpes, tell your doctor.
Watchful waitingis a wait-and-see approach. If you have only occasional outbreaks of genital herpes and are comfortable with home treatment, watchful waiting may be all you need.
Health professionals who can diagnose genital herpes include:
Treatment may require a referral to a specialist, such as:
To prepare for your appointment, see the topic Making the Most of Your Appointment.
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