Lumps Develop In Male Genitals.?
Morning … I want to ask, in two or three months, I have developed lumps like the characteristic of “HPV, but the lumps don’t add up and there is only one … how to handle it, and it looks like there’s a wound in my urinary hole and it doesn’t discharge. pus like being hit by a lion king ….. ??? For your input and help I say many thanks …..
Good evening, thanks for the question
Akuminata condyloma or genital warts are a form of sexually transmitted diseases due to infection with HPV (human papillomavirus) serotype low risk, namely HPV 6 and 11. In addition to warts on the vagina or penis, HPV can also cause cervical cancer in women which is a type of high risk virus.
Genital warts have a picture of stemmed lesions with cracked surfaces that resemble cauliflower and skin-colored. These warts can cause itching, but rarely feel pain.
HPV infection is mostly transmitted through anal, oral, or vaginal sexual contact and is also possible in non-penetrative relationships. Non-sexual contact can occur, among others, during pregnancy, through autoinoculation due to poor hygiene or through non-living objects (fomites) contaminated with viruses or through medical equipment.
To ensure that the current complaint is really a genital wart or not, a physical examination must be carried out directly on the disorder in question. The doctor also needs to dig up information about your medical history and previous sexual history. Then it is also advisable to have supplementary examinations such as acetic acid or tissue tests under a microscope, and pap smears in women. Other possible diagnoses for complaints of warts around the genitals include skin tags, sebaceous gland pembesa, melanocytic nevus, seborrheic keratosis, lichen planus.
Therefore do not hesitate to consult directly with your doctor in order to get adequate treatment. Early diagnosis will greatly help prevent unwanted complications if you are currently experiencing HPV infection.
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