Difficulty Urinating Accompanied By The Appearance Of Secretions Resembling Tofu Pulp In Male Genitals?
I want to ask, I have a younger brother he had difficulty urinating, in the genitals there is pulp know, why is that?
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Difficulty urinating with the appearance of secretions resembling tofu pulp in male genitals may indicate infection of the urinary tract. This infection can be very diverse possible causes, ranging from bacteria (such as gonorrhea), fungi (such as mycoplasmas), viruses (such as adenovirus), or other microorganisms. This infection can occur also related to risky sexual activities, such as sex with CSWs, sex with partners whose sexual history is unclear, and sex by mutually changing partners without a partner. Not only is it difficult to urinate, urinary tract infections can also make the urine more turbid color, have a pungent odor, contain blood, and sufferers can also suffer from plaque, pain during urination, fever, chills, nausea, muscle and joint pain, and many other complaints.
In addition to urinary tract infections, your sister's complaint may also indicate a malignancy in the urinary tract, urinary tract stones, balanitis, balanoposthinitis, penile cancer, the entry of foreign bodies into the urethra, and so on.
Better, check your sister directly to the doctor or urologist so that her complaints can be handled properly according to the underlying conditions. Further examination, for example urine tests, x-rays, ultrasound, urethral secretion examination, and so on can also be done by a doctor.
In the meantime, you can first urge your sister to always maintain the cleanliness of his genitals well, including by not doing risky sexual activities. Drink plenty of water and do not carelessly take medicine without direct advice from a doctor.
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