Lumps Under The Shaft Of The Penis, Bleeding And Pus?
n5 days ago a lump appeared under the shaft of my penis. From internet sources there is a resemblance to a lympocele… But earlier there was a small white lump… And now it’s broken… which oozes blood and pus… Like a typical pepper boil
Hi Riyadi, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. A lump on the shaft of the penis can appear as a sign of a medical condition, including the following:
Pearl penile papules. Peyronie's disease. Ectopic sebaceous glands. Infection.
Among the conditions mentioned above, there are those that you don't need to worry about because their appearance is a normal variation in men, namely pearly penile papules and ectopic sebaceous glands. This condition is usually a small lump on the tip of the penis. Painless and harmless. Meanwhile, Peyronie's disease and infection are conditions that require special treatment. Symptoms can include pain, itching, discomfort, discharge at the tip of the penis, bending of the penis and the like.
Our advice is that you get your condition checked by a dermatologist and venereal specialist. Because even if you suffer from an infection, there are several kinds of infections on the penis that have different treatments. So if you go to a dermatologist immediately, your doctor will take a history and physical examination and support to be able to immediately find out what the actual condition is that befell you. That way you can receive treatment as soon as possible. Meanwhile, our advice is for you not to have sex first, keep the pubic area clean and don't touch the lump. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa