Herpes Type 2 Blisters On The Penis.


Painful, Highly Infectious,




Blisters Will Go Away And Return.


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1 Corinthians 6:18 says:

Flee from sexual immorality.

All other sins a man commits are outside his body,

but he who sins sexually sins against his own body.

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with  STD’s at epidemic numbers,

those who are caught up in promiscuous sex of any kind

are experiencing what it means to 


“sin against his own body.”

Mike Caven

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The below video promotes condoms as the answer –

which is partially true for avoiding STD’s and STIs.

(Review “Safe Sex” Teaching)


So, if you are going to do it –



according to what God has said about sex within scripture, 

your body belongs to you and your wife and nobody else


that is a 100% guarantee for Safe Sex!   


Lust Entices You With Promises Of Feeling Great With Lasting Pleasure.

The Reality Is That It Will Leave You Feeling Miserable,

Wanting More And Hating The Consequences!

Author Unknown


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Street Name For Herpes –

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<p style=”Facts About Herpes –

 – There are many types of Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV)

    and 30 million Americans have the virus but not all cases are STDs.

 – The most common are HSV-1 and HSV-2:


HSV – 1 – (click to view)

 – Oral Herpes – cold sore or fever blister on your lips.

 – Can be passed to genitals – not always an STD


HSV – 2 –  (click to view)

 – Genital herpes. Can be passed to the mouth. HSV-2 is sexually transmitted.

 – Oral herpes can be passed to genitals,

    and genital herpes can be passed to the mouth, so both can be an STD.

 – There are about 500,000 new cases of HSV infection each year.

 – Herpes STD is treatable but incurable at this time.

 – The symptoms and sores go away but they come back.

 – Herpes lesions are like blisters full of fluid and are painful.

 – Again, there is no cure!

 – Treatment helps relieve symptoms.

 – Not fatal in adults.

 – Infected women can pass infection to baby at birth causing blindness, brain damage, and death.

<span style=”color: #800000;  – The virus never goes away but becomes reactive now and then and

<span style=”color: #800000;     it is unpredictable when it will return.

 – Repeat symptoms are milder, lasts 4-14 days, starts with tingling, pain, itching.


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Transmission – 

 – Stays in one spot in the body, usually where it first makes contact.

 – The Herpes virus lives in the nerve sheaths where it first enters the skin.

 – Most people with Herpes may not know they are infected.

 –  Spread by direct skin-to-skin contact.

 – HSV-2 is easily spread during sex.

 – Can be spread even when virus is on skin (symptoms may not be present).

 – Not spread by toilet seats, door knobs, bedding, pools, tubs, clothes, utensils, or blood transfusion.


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Incubation –

  – Enters skin surface and goes to nerve ganglion.

 – Remains in the nerve forever (that’s why Herpes infections hurt).

 – Blisters appear 2-10 days after having sex. Usually don’t feel bad during this time.

 – It’s more common in women than men.


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Symptoms – 

 – First outbreak of sores lasts 2-3 weeks.

 – Starts as tingling/burning feeling in penis, vaginal discharge in girls, pressure in abdomen,

    pain/sore buttocks, legs, or groin.

 – Red bumps at site of entrance. Bumps go to blisters or sores, scab over, then heal.

 – Symptoms worse in women than men.


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Prevention – 

 – Only 100% completely safe option – choose not to have sex!

 – Latex condoms help but the virus can be on uncovered skin.

 – Infected persons without symptoms can pass the virus.

 – See your doctor if you have questions or experience symptoms.


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Do not use this site or your friends’ help

for medical advice to try and diagnose your problem.

See your own doctor if you think there is a problem.


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