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genital herpes in women

Anti-Trump comedian Michelle Wolf compares Ivanka to 'vaginal mesh,' 'herpes' in vulgar attack on first daughter

“Her entire shtick is her contempt for the president, his family and conservatives. They say she offends everyone but I have yet to see her take a swipe at a liberal in the same vitriolic way,” Sabia told Fox News. “Her jokes, if you can call them that, are beyond crude, they are offensive to anyone with a sense of decency.”

NewsBusters managing editor Curtis Houck called Wolf “the very definition of a bully.”

“Her jokes are so juvenile and, thankfully, Ivanka's a strong woman because Wolf's jokes are the crude, unfunny material,” Houck told Fox News.

Wolf has a history of attacking surrogates and family members of President Trump. She once called Eric Trump "an abortion" and famously took several personal jabs at Press Secretary Sarah Sanders during the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.

“The left wants to lecture the president and supporters about how words matter and still try to connect him to The Capital Gazette shooting, but they proudly stand and support rhetoric from people like Wolf. If liberals didn't have double standards, they would have no standards,” Houck said.

What color discharge is associated with genital herpes in women?

I've read that "watery" discharge is associated.. but can anyone tell me anything else?

Thanks!


It doesn't have any particular color in the case of herpes. It'll be the same as your regular discharge, which ranges from clear to slightly cloudy white. Should you have bleeding blisters, you might see a pinkish-brown tinge due to the blood. Different


It doesn't have any particular color in the case of herpes. It'll be the same as your regular discharge, which ranges from clear to slightly cloudy white. Should you have bleeding blisters, you might see a pinkish-brown tinge due to the blood. Different

What are the symptoms of genital herpes in women? Could there be no symptoms?



The primary outbreak of genital herpes tends to last longer and be more severe than subsequent (recurrent) outbreaks. Symptoms of a primary outbreak may include:

* Flulike symptoms, such as fever, headache, and muscle aches. These symptoms


Certainly could be no symptoms. Herpes is not always "active", you can not always see the effects, but periodic outbreaks tend to happen


alright!

i was diagnosed a little over a year ago so i know my stuff.

first off, you can have no symptoms.
my boyfriend, who i contracted it from has never in his life had an outbreak or symptoms and probably never