Genital herpes is a viral infection that can be spread by direct skin-to-skin contact. Find out more about genital herpes causes, signs, symptoms and treatments with this selection of articles.
Genital herpes transmission Find out how genital herpes is transmitted, including passing the virus to partners and herpes in pregnancy.
Genital herpes treatment Genital herpes is a viral infection mainly affecting the skin on or around your genitals, which you can catch through having sex, including oral sex.
Genital herpes: 10 common myths Find out the truth about some common myths surrounding genital herpes involving cervical cancer, condoms, cold sores and oral sex.
Genital herpes: what is it? Genital herpes is a viral infection characterised by outbreaks of blisters and sores around your genital area.
Herpes and HIV Most people with recurrent genital herpes infection in Australia do not have human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. If you have herpes and think you may have been exposed to HIV infection, you may wish to talk to your doctor about the possibility o
Herpes treatments Find out what treatments are available in Australia to help control outbreaks of genital herpes.
Herpes: your questions answered Your questions about herpes answered, including how do you know if you have genital herpes, how is herpes diagnosed, and do I have to tell my partner if I have herpes?
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