Lumps On The Head Of The Penis Accompanied By Watery Spots All Over The Body?
Excuse me, I want to ask on the head of my penis there is a lump, yesterday it disappeared and now it appears more, and that’s in the assets of the itching all over the body, a rash appears to a watery spot between the fingers and a red spot with pus on the thigh r nI have consulted with the doctor but nothing changes
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Lumps that feel itchy, reddish, watery, and pus on the penis, fingers, thighs, and almost all over the body are many possible causes. Some of the most common possible triggers are:
Varicella (chickenpox, varicella zoster virus infection) which feels itchy and suppurating) Folliculitis (infection of the hair roots by bacteria) Drug eruptions, etc. The question is, what kind of treatment have you taken to the doctor before? Is there absolutely no improvement after undergoing the treatment? So, have you ever checked with a skin specialist regarding your complaint?
Our advice, if it is true that there is no significant improvement after you see a doctor, try to check your complaint again to a dermatologist and genitalia specialist. With direct physical evaluation, doctors can generally identify possible causes that are dangerous and require special treatment. If necessary, additional examinations, such as by taking samples of skin scrapings to be examined microscopically in the laboratory, allergy tests, and blood tests may also be done by the doctor to determine the best treatment.
In the meantime, try to do the following:
Avoid scratching or forcibly breaking the bumps that appear Always shower regularly 2 times a day, use an antiseptic soap that contains sulfur. Wear clean and loose clothing, do not exchange towels or clothes with other people Avoid contact with substances that can trigger allergies or irritation, for example animal hair, dust mites, certain foods or drinks, detergents Maintain your immune system by consuming nutritious and healthy foods.In dry nodules, you can use salicyl powder to reduce the itching, but avoid using this powder on wet nodules or located in close areas. eyes, mouth, anus, and genitals.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah