How To Cope With Bumps Do Not Go Away In The Pubic Sac?
I am 16 years old and have been examined and given various kinds of saleb, but the conflicts never go away, what should I do
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I am 16 years old and have been examined and given various kinds of saleb, but the conflicts never go away, what should I do doctor
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The bumps on the pubic pouch can occur due to various things. Among them, namely, insect bites, fleas (scabies), bacterial infections, and fungal infections. If it is caused by an insect bite, there will usually be a point in the bump, which is where the insect bites. Collision due to insect bites will usually usually subside.
If it is caused by a scabies louse, then a family member or someone who lives in the same house can experience the same complaint because scabies infestation easily infects one skin to another. Symptoms of scabies are red spots that can spread throughout the body, especially the folds, groin area, folding fingers, and abdomen. To ensure the diagnosis is needed investigations with skin scrapings test to look for eggs or their own eggs.
If caused by a bacterial infection, usually the bump will appear pus, whereas if the fungus will usually feel itching when sweaty, or during the day when the day is hot and cause a lot of sweat.
To determine the cause of your symptoms, you need to go to a dermatologist so your doctor can diagnose the causes of the bumps. The doctor will conduct a physical examination and supporting examinations if needed. But now the COVID-19 pandemic is on its way, so it's a good idea to stay home until the pandemic subsides and the situation is declared safe by the government, in order to prevent transmission of infection. In the meantime the treatments that can be done at home are:
Keep the pubic area clean by bathing and cleaning the area;
Change pants 2-3 times a day, especially when you sweat during the day;
Avoid using tight pants and trousers material that does not absorb sweat;
Warm compress rather itchy can be reduced.
I hope this helps