Genital herpes is a common sexually transmitted disease that can infect any sexually active person.

It can cause pain or itching, small red bumps or tiny white blisters, ulcers, and scabs in the person’s genital area. Most people infected by the virus don’t have any symptoms at all but they can still spread it to their sex partners. 

Genital herpes is at variance for each patient. The signs and symptoms may recur, off and on, for a long time. Some people endure various episodes each year. Some others not.

A mother can pass herpes infection to her unborn child before birth but it is more usually passed to the infant during delivery. This can cause a potentially deadly infection (neonatal herpes) to the baby.

Even though there is no cure for herpes, we can diagnose and prescribe you medicines that can prevent or shorten herpes outbreaks and reduce the suffering that these flare-ups cause.

Visit our clinic. We are here to offer you medical attention and supervision and therefore relief from your problem.