Pain During BAK Accompanied By Yellow Discharge?
I want to ask, I just realized this morning that my genitals (testicles) have a light yellow color, before that I was a little painful when urinating but now it’s not but instead a little yellow color appears on the tip of my testicles. I am affected by the symptoms of what disease ?, please help ..
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Previously, maybe I wanted to equate perception with what you mean. The testicles are the spermatic bladder that is round, hanging on the right and left of the lower area of the male. The testicles are covered with skin, so what do you mean is a yellowish liquid on the skin of the testicles?
Or do you mean that the testicles are actually the penis? Since the penis has an estuary tip for urine and semen, coupled with your previous urinary pain complaints, it would be more likely if the intention of your complaint was on the penis.
Most likely the yellow discharge from the penis is caused by inflammation of the urinary tract (urethritis). Urethritis is often caused by sexually transmitted infections, especially those characterized by yellowish discharge of pus. In addition, there are also symptoms of redness in the penis opening and pain when urinating. The sexually transmitted infections are divided into:
Gonorrhea urethritis: caused by the bacteria Neiserria Gonorrhea Urethritis non gonorrhea: caused by causes other than gonorrhea, such as chlamydia. However, the symptoms are relatively similar to gonorrhea urethritis, it can only be distinguished based on laboratory results. A yellowish discharge on the penis can also be caused by infection due to post-insertion of an unsterile catheter, or a tear of the infected urethra.
If the meaning of "testicles" in your question is true of the structure of the testicles, the yellowishness on the surface is due to a bacterial infection of the skin in the following cases:
Hair follicle infection (folliculitis) Boils (furuncles) Sagging blisters filled with pus (Impetigo bullosa) To determine the cause of your complaint, it is better to consult further with a dermatologist and genitalia specialist. The doctor will dig further into your complaint and will do an examination of your pubic area and the surroundings that you are complaining about. If necessary, the doctor will carry out supporting examinations such as taking samples of the fluid to see the cause. And after that the doctor will provide treatment for your complaint according to the underlying conditions.
Things you can do to improve and prevent worsening of your disease, and maintain the health of the pubic area are:
Keep your pubic area clean. Do not use pants that are too tight. Have healthy sex. Do not change partners and use condoms when having sex to prevent transmission of sexually transmitted diseases. Postpone sexual intercourse if your complaint has not been cured Drink 2 liters of water per day That's all my explanation. Hopefully helpful and useful :)
dr. Princess Claudya