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Genital Herpes (cont.)

Genital Herpes Follow-up

Anyone diagnosed with genital herpes must disclose their diagnosis with sexual partners. These partners should be advised to seek medical attention if they develop any signs of the illness. Generally, nothing needs to be done if the partner has no signs of developing a genital herpes infection.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/11/2015

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