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I had those blisters and vesicles on the utter surface of the genital for more than one month. My doctor said it was herpes for sure. But as I just have sexual activity with my husband, and he doesn't have herpes, I couldn't understand how I could possibly get it from. So I wanted to have the blood test.
My blood test result is as the following:
First I want to thank you for helping me. It is really helping to find a forum like this.
No. I didn't have a lesion culture. Should I ask my doctor to take this lesion culture? Last night I noticed a new lesion on my buttock near the rectum. Do we usually have herpes on that part too?
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