If you’ve ever had or seen a cold sore/fever blister (which 80% of Americans age 14-49 have), that’s what it looks like “down there,” too (which 16% of Americans age 14-49 have). Herpes sores show up as small pustules, usually as a small cluster. Most of the time they show up in the same general area for each herpes outbreak. The pustules eventually scab over as the healing process continues.
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