Genital Herpes Symptoms in Men

Genital herpes symptoms in men can be difficult to identify because this disease usually show no symptoms. The symptoms may show up a few days or weeks after the initial transmission of the disease from an infected partner. But for some, no symptoms are shown but the virus is still active and can be transmitted to another person.

Men with genital herpes infection may have the following symptoms:

  • Itching or painful inflammation around the penis and/or anus;
  • Sores inside or around the penis, scrotum, groin, thighs, buttocks and anus; and
  • Burning sensation when urinating.

If you have the above-stated symptoms or you suspect of having a partner with these symptoms, get yourself tested for Genital Herpes or order a 10-panel comprehensive STD Test now.