Does this look like Herpes ???

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IVE HAD THESE FOR ABOUT A WEEK NOW, i went to two seperate drs and they both said it looks likeected follicles and NOT herpes . what do you guys think ?

they said I WOULD SEE A SCAB oVER THEM

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    id request a blood test to check for hsv2 to be on the safe side normal skin spots can look like that so can herpes so its difficult to say they both can last up to 14 days before they clear

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      inhad a hvs2 test dine a few days ago. im just waiting on the results. but theyre soo much clear now and noticed it since ive been on Flagyl for another reason

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      for bv ?? flaygl is common for causing a yeast infection wen the course is finished so its best to take an oral probiotic just be aware after finishing them

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      the bumps appeared about a week ago. the dr gave me herpes meds and there was no change , when my previous tests came back that I HAD BV AND AN STd, she said that if this clears up with flagyl then its not herpes

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      flaygl only treats bacterial infections like bv and an std called trich ...neither of them cause spots on the vagina they may think the spots are folliculitus if not herpes

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      both doctors think its folliculitis. i actuall have both tri and bv . they both said its not herpes. the dr that perscribed me the flagyl said if this doesnt help clear up the spots then i should be conserned. the spots are gone. no scabbing

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