Herpes is a disease caused by the Herpes Simplex Virus or HSV, where blister like formations appears on various parts of the body, most commonly on mouth or genitals.

What causes it?
Herpes is caused by viruses that are transmitted by direct contact with persons already affected with it. HSV enters the body through a mucous membrane or a small opening in the skin as a result of direct contact (i.e., through touching, kissing, and vaginal, oral, or anal sexual activity). Although the virus is contagious through direct contact with herpes sores, it can also be transmitted through saliva or through skin contact with people who have no visible sores or other symptoms.

Pain while urinating (genital herpes).
Itching around the affected area.
Blistering sores.

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