Male genital herpes can expose you during the intercourse. Both of HSV type 1 and 2 maybe contribute to this since both area around the mouth and genital will always been involved in sexual relationship. All adult may contact with this virus. Unluckily, this disease is not curable yet, possible to have periodic outbreak and the virus will stay remain for years. However, as soon as you find out that you are having this disease then you can get sooner treatment of medication. How you can help yourself for this? Male need to be aware of the penis head condition to find out whether they already had this disease attack or not.
Take a look and be aware if you found out any itchy, pain or small red bumps in your penis head. The bumps itself can be similar to acne with small or large patches. Sometime sit may found out round sores or red patches with white pustule. You better search for any picture of genital herpes outbreak to fulfilled yourself with sufficient information of how it visualized.
Figure out are your bumps have open up or turn into painful sores. To be sure whether it creates painful reaction or not, you can try to press the bumps with your fingertips. If the open sores is leaking then it may creates blood or leak pus.
Be warned if you have painful urination. This is the condition that may happen when your head of penis has similar bumps or sores that also occur in your urethra.
Genital herpes have quick spreading movement. If you suspect that your partner have it then you better do not do any unprotected sexual intercourse. Any prevention effort needed since the herpes will spread quickly and covering up the whole infected area.
For your own protection, you better do periodical checking so that you can make sure that you are protected. In fact, the virus may remain under skin cells for years and come up again when your immune system get down. Do not under estimate this disease since it may not show any visible lesion or sores. Visit your doctor for check up, consultation and treatment if needed for your male genital herpes disease.