I have a few questions...1. how long does a herpes sore stay open...I've had an open sore below my pubic area for 8 days now started out as a hard swollen bump with a white center...2. do herpes sores ooze yellow and clear pus when open? 3. can littler bumps appear 7 days after the first one and while the original is still open...after this one I noticed two little bumps below it with white heads. please any advice if this sounds like herpes... I need to know I'm 8 months preg..and this has never happened. the only history I have is one case of bacterial vaginosis early in preg.
The outbreak can last up to 3 weeks. It can be a single bump or a cluster of bumps, sometimes looking like blisters. Yes, they do ooze yellow and clear pus (mine did). I am not sure if smaller bumps can appear 7 days after.
I would suggest that you go see your doctor as soon as possible.
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