Herpes Symptoms in Men Pictures - 30 Photos & Images
Genital herpes symptoms in men can range from so mild that they go unnoticed by the affected man, to severe outbreaks on the skin surface. Symptoms usually appear within two days to two weeks of first exposure to the virus, but this isn’t always the case as some people have it for a long time before seeing the signs.
Herpes outbreaks in men tend to show up as blisters on the tip or shaft of the penis (as opposed to the base), the inner thighs and buttocks. Homosexual men may also get blisters around the anus. These outbreaks are highly contagious if they come into contact with someone’s skin.
Milder symptoms of herpes in men can include fever, fatigue, headache, muscle pain, difficulty urinating, and chills.