Brownish Spots Come Out Of The Vagina With Red Spots On The Chest?
what are the characteristics of the disease if you experience thick brown spots and red spots arise on the chest and canker sores
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Need to be clarified, where does the brown spots come from? Is it from the genitals?
If it is true what you mean is brown and thick spots coming out of the genitals (vagina or penis), then this condition can arise due to many factors, including:
Causes of vaginal discharge: regular menstruation, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, myomas, uterine polyps, pelvic inflammation, cervical cancer, hyper or hypothyroidism, side effects of drugs, side effects of KB, side effects of blood clots, causes of spots that come out of the penis: tract infections urinary, urinary tract stones, prostatitis, prostate cancer, bladder cancer, urethral injuries, and so on. The discharge from the pubic does not always occur due to the spots that appear on the chest and canker sores that you experience. Spots on the chest can be a natural condition that arises due to red nevus or excessive pressure on the chest skin. It could also, these spots appear due to skin infections, allergies, irritation, blood clotting disorders, benign or malignant tumors, or other skin inflammation. Meanwhile, canker sores, can occur due to the habit of biting or sucking on the lips, wounds caused by friction with cavities or scratches with hard food, lack of vitamin C, fungal infections in the oral cavity, lichen planus, oral cavity cancer, immune disorders, and so forth.
You can observe from our explanation above, that your complaints can refer to many diseases and do not always relate to one another. Without a direct examination, it is impossible for us to determine the exact diagnosis that underlies your complaint. Therefore, in order to get the right treatment, you try to check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in the nearest internal disease, yes .. Supporting tests, such as laboratories, ultrasound, x-rays, skin biopsies, allergy tests, etc. may also be recommended by the doctor on You. In the meantime, first try the following steps:
Clean your genitals well. Also regularly and cleanly bathe to avoid the risk of skin infections. Always forget, brush your teeth always and rinse with antiseptic mouthwash. Don't wear dirty and too tight clothing. Avoid contact between skin and substances that are prone to triggering inflammation in the skin. Increase consumption of vegetables and fruits that contain vitamin C and other balanced nutritional content. Don't make it a habit of biting and sucking excessive skin. Drinking water more diligently. Don't smoke or do other unhealthy lifestyles. Hope it helps.