Diarrhea, Thrush Throughout The Mouth, The Penis Feels Itchy And Burns?
In the morning, my name is Joko Prayitno..This day I was on 29 yesterday diarrhea prah until taking antibiotics with Bactrim and lopamid … after that on Sunday my diarrhea was healed but I had a disease, my mouth on the outside seemed to burn and continued to appear watery lumps when it broke it broke thrush all over the mouth like gt suffer from me .. part of the penis also itchy continue to hurt like burns asking for a solution please … yesterday I went to the clinic said he told me to check hiv … even though I’ve never changed partners … thanks
Thank you for the question.
Oral cavity that feels like burning, accompanied by the emergence of watery lumps, which become sprue when ruptured, severe itching in the penis, also a history of severe diarrhea can indeed indicate your endurance decreases, one of which is due to HIV. HIV is caused by infection with the HIV virus (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) which can be transmitted through contact between bodily fluids, such as blood, sperm, vaginal fluid, anal fluid, or breast milk. Even if you have never changed partners, if your partner has HIV, you are still at risk of contracting HIV.
In addition to HIV, several other conditions can also cause decreased immune system, such as malnutrition, a history of long-term steroid drug consumption, cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, and so on. Complaints in your mouth and penis, other than due to decreased endurance, can also occur due to infection with other microorganisms (such as herpes, syphilis, cutaneous candidiasis), inflammatory disorders (such as intestinal inflammation), oral cavity cancer, nasopharyngeal cancer, colon cancer drugs, side effects, and many other possibilities.
Of course it is difficult to ascertain the cause of your complaint without checking you directly. Therefore, you need to check yourself back to the doctor or internist. If your doctor suspects that you have HIV, he will usually recommend that you undergo a blood test to confirm it. To rule out other possible diseases, your doctor may also direct you to undergo other tests such as urine tests, stool tests, tissue biopsy, ultrasound, endoscopy, and so on.
At this time, the best thing to do is:
Improve personal hygiene, such as with regular bathing, regular toothbrushes, washing hands and feet with antiseptic soap
Avoid all forms of risky sexual behavior, including anal, oral, or vaginal sex with people with no clear sexual history
Maintain endurance by regular exercise, adequate rest, not smoking, not taking any drugs, eating a variety of high-calorie and high-protein foods
Do not carelessly exchange personal belongings with others
Hope this helps ...