Hello! i noticed these little bumps around my genital region and at first i didd'nt really bother with them.. then they started to hurt and more came, eventually cysts started forming on the labia so i went to the doctors, first diagnosis was folliculitis, so i got an ointment and 2-3 days into taking it i noticed a painful burning sensation when i applied it and it started to spread more, making groups and more cysts on the clitoris so i went to the doctors again and my regular doctor told me it looked like herpes, with a second opinion from another doctor.. some of the bumps are growing hairs and scabbing and i don't know whether its herpes or something else, someone please help in freaking out waiting for the results...!!
So 3 questions
1) Can Herpes sores grow hairs out of them?
2) Can it be Deep Folliculitis?
3) Do Herpes sores have dots in the middle of them?
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