Genital Herpes Symptoms in Women

Symptoms of genital herpes may vary from person to person. Some people may not be aware that they are positive for genital herpes. For others, they may experience a severe initial outbreak of symptoms. Because of this, women, especially those who are pregnant, should be cautious and knowledgeable of the symptoms of this contagious disease to avoid further risks and complications.

Women with genital herpes may have the following symptoms:

  • Itching or tingling feeling on or around the vagina or anus;
  • Small red bumps that turn into blisters or sore inside or around the vagina or anus;
  • Vaginal discharge; and
  • Burning sensation when urinating;

If you notice any of the symptoms listed above, 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.