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    An_253890 posted:
    Hello

    I have had HSV 1 orally for about 5 years now. I get one bump once a year. However, I just got over an outbreak and it looks like there is a sscar there I have never had this happen before. Does anyone know what might have caused this. Thanks!
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    georgiagail responded:
    It should be pretty obvious what caused this. The lesion associated with the outbreak.

    Gail
     
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    kandikaaiin replied to georgiagail's response:
    I understand that it is the lesion, but I have never had a "scar" from an outbreak until now. My recent outbreak hasn't been any different from the past ones. I am just wondering why I am getting this scar now.


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