A 49-year-old female presented with the thick red-brown lesions of the vulvar skin. The lesions are elevated than normal skin and is presented with mild pain. Can you diagnose this? and advice management.

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Genital herpes Acyclovir orally and locally. Multivitamin and antioxidants orally. Analgesic antiflamatory orally. Keep the area clean and covered with sterile gauge. Improve personal hygiene and general health.

Thanks Dr Priyanka Shinde
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Genital herpes. A common sexually transmitted infection marked by genital pain and sores. Caused by the herpes simplex virus, the disease can affect both men and women. Illness, poor diet, emotional or physical stress, friction in the genital area, prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light (commonly for oral herpes, such as a beach trip or skiing weekend), surgical trauma, and steroidal medication (such as asthma treatment) may trigger a herpes outbreak.

Inflammatory lesions Vulvovaginitis D/d genital herpes

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Painful eruptions are associated with herpes infection Acyclovir orally and oint will help Antihistamines investigations like sugar herpes IGm to be done

IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? HSV..GENITALS.. ? VULVOVAGINITIS..

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Genital herpes Acycolvir 800mg 4 to 5 times a day for 5-7 days or valacyclovir 1gm for 3 times.. Levocetrizine 5mg BD. Oral Analgesic To manage acute neuritis or post herpetic neuralgia Gabapentin should prescribe....

Looks like Herpes Genitalis Tt with Acyclovir oral & local Antioxidants Antihistaminic if itching Anti-inflammatory

Suggestive of Genital herpes

Genital herpes Tab.acivir Tab.azee Antihistamines Acivir oint locally Analgesic orally.

Varicella infection

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