The Cause Of The Appearance Of Reddish And Watery Bumps On The Head Of The Penis?
I want to ask, slippery discharge on my penis, which at first a small bump, and after 1 week, a lot of red spots appear like blood that is about to come out, I’m asking why and what is the medicine?
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Need to clarify beforehand, have you had sexual relations before? Does your sexual partner also experience the same complaint?
The appearance of a red, watery rash on the head of the penis can be a sign of infection. This infection is mostly transmitted due to risky sexual behavior, including changing sexual partners, having sex with partners with no clear sexual history, or not using condoms. Therefore, in general, this complaint is not only experienced by one person, but also his sexual partner.
Chances are, your complaint is caused by genital herpes. This disease is caused by infection with the Herpes simplex virus. Typically, genital herpes will cause a rash that looks reddish, blisters (filled with fluid) and then bursts, which can be on the penis, testicles, buttocks, thighs or lower abdomen. These sores can cause mild to severe discomfort, such as stinging, itching, or tingling.
In addition to genital herpes, your complaints may also arise due to other causes, for example:
Other sexually transmitted infections, such as syphilis, gonorrhea, genital warts, molluscum contagiosum Other infections, such as folliculitis, scabies, impetigo Contact dermatitis (skin inflammation due to contact with allergens or irritants) Benign or malignant tumors Drug eruptions, etc. seeing a doctor can help speed up treatment. That way, indirectly, the potential for healing will increase. Your doctor can also refer you to a dermatologist and genitalia specialist in order to get the right treatment. If it is true that the cause is genital herpes, then treatment can later be done through administering anti-viral drugs and several other drugs.
In the meantime, don't have sexual intercourse with anyone yet to minimize transmission. If your sexual partner has a similar complaint, also consult a dermatologist and genitalia specialist. In addition, always keep your genital skin clean, namely by rinsing it with good quality water, drying it before dressing, and always wearing clean, loose, and soft pants. Do not squeeze the bumps that appear on the penis, especially using dirty hands. Also, don't rub or sprinkle any powder on your genitals as long as it's not recommended by your doctor.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah