Early female symptoms herpes or Prodromal symptoms usually begin between 1 to 3 days before blisters, rashes or sores begin and you may experience any or all of the following: Although women may have more severe outbreaks than men, they may have symptoms that are not attributed to herpes.A woman who has herpes blisters inside the vagina or on the cervix may be misdiagnosed as a yeast infection, or an inflammation of the cervix condition called cervicitis.This happens because some women have blisters on their labia that burst and leak down to the anal area causing herpes to spread throughout the genital area.Herpes sores can also occur in areas other than the genital area such as the buttocks and thighs.A common genital herpes outbreak begins BEFORE blisters, sores and other common symptoms occur (Prodromal Symptoms).This is very important because many genital herpes treatments are much more effective and have better results if taken before blisters and sores appear.
Another factor could be due to a woman’s hormone changes during menstrual cycles.
Genital herpes women are also misdiagnosed as having pelvic inflammatory disease.
Herpes open sores that are found in the urethra may be misdiagnosed as a urinary tract infection or a bladder dysfunction.
Women who are susceptible to female symptoms herpes have a higher chance of acquiring genital herpes from an infected man than a man becoming infected by a woman.
In other words, if a non-infected man and woman each have sex with an infected partner, the woman is more prone than the man to contract HSV2.