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Identifying outbreaks

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Hi guys,


I'm learning how to deal with herpes recently and I'm very confused about identifying outbreaks. Generally I have 1 or 2 sores in the glans penis area.

I notice that I have some blisters down on my penis, but they are not like "typical herpes blisters", these blisters on the penis looks like some waxing alergy and they have been here for some weeks, while the sores on the glans heal faster. They also don't hurt ot itchy... But I have been on Acyclovir for five days now, the sores are healed, and these blisters are almost healed too, though I still can see a few of them if I look closely.


My question is: this two things can be outbreaks of herpes? Are they equally dangerous when it comes to transmission?


I'm really scared because if they don't itchy or hurt they might appear somewhere I don't see (like the perineal/anal region) and would be very hard to manage... :(

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