Lump On The Penis Circle And Discharge?
I want to ask, I have a bump in the peniss circle, one is black, one is draining, please please, I’m not confident with it.
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
There are several possibilities that can cause genital sores and lumps, which are most common:
Infection (can be syphilis ulcer, chancroid, genital herpes, scabies)
Syphilis ulcers are caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum. Usually there are only one wound. There is no pain. The shape is round / oval, with a harder edge and a clean wound base. The wound can be accompanied by enlarged lymph nodes around the genitals, usually on two sides, painless.
Chancroid (mole ulcer) is caused by the bacterium Haemophylus ducreyi. Generally, the number of compounds (more than 1) and very painful. The shape of the wound is irregular, there is redness around the wound, with a reeling edge and a dirty wound. The wound can be accompanied by enlarged lymph nodes around the genitals, generally on two sides, which usually feels painful.
Genital herpes is caused by herpes simplex virus types 1 and 2. Wounds are usually compounded, initially in the form of lumps of spots which subsequently become resilient, may contain pus, then break into wounds and dry out. The wound is usually very painful and accompanied by complaints of pain when urinating and abnormal discharge from the urinary opening.
Scabies is a parasitic infection of Sarcoptes scabiei. Symptoms include: skin rashes that most often occur in the area between the fingers, buttocks, genitals and surrounding areas, armpit folding, itching especially felt at night, and occur in a group of people who live together, for example: boarders or family members living together.
Because of the variety of possible causes of complaints as you experience, it is recommended that you immediately consult a doctor or specialist skin and genitals so that evaluation and treatment can be needed as needed. Complaints of the skin and genitals require a direct examination by a doctor. In addition to the history and physical examination, the doctor may also plan a supplementary examination if an indication is found, for example: skin scrapings for examination with the aid of a microscope. Your doctor may prescribe oral medication.
As a recommendation, you should be obedient to use drugs as directed by your doctor, avoid risky sexual relations, and make sure sexual partners are treated if you have a sexual partner. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.