A Festering Lump Around The Penis After Circumcision?
… My child was circumcised on the 5th day blushed a lump on the right. A … until 10th day there was still a lump but it didn’t blush … There was no pus and no pain. and left alone ?? what hrz kdokter so that the lumps. a quickly shrinking and normal again ?? Thanks ..
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Depending on who the circumcision is performed by, with what tools and what methods, the appearance of a lump may be normal, because the wound process that occurs when the circumcision can trigger inflammation is one sign of swelling that could have appeared as a lump. If this is what your child is experiencing, then along with the recovery he is undergoing, his condition should be better on its own. That is why it is important to take the medicine regularly, and to keep the genitals clean.
But the problem, it could also be abnormal, such as a sign of infection, abnormalities in tissue growth, or other conditions that require further examination. So our advice is to be more certain, you should bring your child back to the doctor who circumcised him to see firsthand his condition and determine whether he needs treatment or not. If the person who handled it before was not a doctor, then check with the nearest general practitioner, be it in the clinic or health center, for an initial examination and given further direction.
Meanwhile, there is no need to touch the lump, keep it dry and clean, and ask your child to increase consumption of high-protein nutrients such as milk, eggs, cheese, tempeh, seafood, beef, and chicken breasts to help the recovery process. So, hopefully answering your question.