Red Bumps On The Penis Feel Itchy And Moist?
Good morning, I’m a 23 year old male. R n r n3 last week, the thighs and penis always itch every night and when it’s damp so I like to brush it or hold it if I can. Then there was a wound in the itchy part from the scratching. R nA week later, on the right side of the shaft of the penis there was a swollen like a bite from an insect that was large and porous. 2 weeks later, the bump turned swollen and the head of the penis flushed and the neck of the penis had 1/2 red or white spots. R n4 days later, the head of the penis began to get wet and sore when attached to the underwear, followed by getting wet on the leber part of the head of the penis, followed by a red dot around the swelling. r nTo this day, the wet and slightly smelly condition still occurs and is uncomfortable. r nI have tried not to wear comfortable underwear even though the pain is due to redness. earlier and still wet like pus, some of them bleed a little because of sticking it to my underwear. r nDuring and prior to this incident, I did have free sex, sometimes using safety or not. r nI have been to the doctor (IGD) for a holiday. nationwide so only IGD can handle it. I was given antibiotics and pain relievers (tofedex u0026amp; sporetix) r nAlready had a blood check for syphilis and tested negative. R nHow do I reduce wetness on the penis? Because it looks like a wound and makes pain, maybe because of infection or pus that hasn’t stopped. R nThank you in advance
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The conditions that have happened to you can describe several possibilities, including:
Gonorrhea infection Chlamydial infection Infection or irritation of the pubic skin Chancroid ringworm
With a history of unsafe sex, it is very likely that what you are experiencing is a form of sexually transmitted disease. And even if you have tested negative for syphilis, what you need to know is that there are many other types of sexually transmitted diseases besides syphilis. In addition, there is no self-medication for a wet penis because it is not common for the penis to discharge (other than sperm and urine) except for certain diseases that must be handled by a doctor. So our advice is that you return to the dermatologist and genitalia specialist, tell him the progress of your disease, and your doctor will most likely take a sample of the fluid that caused the wetness to be examined in the laboratory. The treatment you will receive will depend on the results of this examination.
Meanwhile, avoid sexual intercourse, keep your genitals clean by regularly changing your underwear, avoid using tight underpants or outer pants, shave pubic hair, and don't apply anything to the wound. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa