Q: I had bumps on my thighs. My doctor performed a culture test and it came back positive for herpes simplex 2. The blood test results showed that I didn't have enough antibodies to have simplex 2. Could you explain how this is possible?
Genital herpes could cause bumps, lumps, a rash and cold sores that contain a fluid. The most accurate way for a doctor to diagnose herpes is to visually see the symptoms of herpes. A swab sample of active herpes sore could be tested. If your doctor performed ... For detail, click here.