The Cause Of Itchy Skin Accompanied By Foamy And Smelly Urine?
So this way. I have experienced a lot of complications of the disease symptoms, including: itchy skin, itchy scrotum pouch, foamy urine and pungent odor, such as rot, urinating continuously, in the neck of the genitals there are small lumps that line up regularly, if you eat food that is itchy fish and sea fish itching itching and recurrence of bumps appear on the skin pus or lumps usually contain like the contents of the pimples continue to appear lumps of clear pus, slippery urine. What illness am I suffering from ??? T_T
Hello Dhanirama, thank you for asking.
Based on your explanation it seems that what you mean is 'collection of symptoms' not complications. Complications are illnesses that result from another disease. For example: the occurrence of kidney failure due to chronic diabetes mellitus. In your case it is possible that the picture is a collection of symptoms that could be two different conditions.
In the first set of symptoms you seem to be describing a possible urinary tract infection. Urinary tract infections that give symptoms of pain during urination, odor in the urine, increased urinary frequency, and a lump in the penis. These conditions may be found in:
non gonococcal bacterial infection. Can be caused by E. coli bacteria, streptococcus, staphylococci, or other bacteria. Infection can occur in the urinary tract or on the skin of the genitals. gonococcal bacterial infection. Often called gonorrhea. Is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a bacterial infection of neisseria gonorrhea. Symptoms include pain when urinating, urine accompanied by pus or yellowish white thick viscous fluid, sometimes accompanied by pelvic or lower abdominal pain. fungal infections such as candidiasis. viral infections such as herpes simplex which is a sexually transmitted disease. parasitic infections such as scabies, which cause itching, redness, and blisters. In the second set of symptoms where you experience itching and blisters after consumption of sea protein, it is possible that you have an allergic reaction. Avoid foods that you suspect are the causes of these reactions and observe whether similar reactions still occur or not. You should consult directly with an internist or dermatologist to get a definitive diagnosis. In the meantime keep your genitals clean, keep them from getting too moist, wear clean clothes, avoid sexual relations if you have a sexual partner, or use a condom as a safety measure. Do not take antibiotics without doctor's advice because of the danger of side effects and the danger of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Hopefully this answer can help you.