The Cause Of The Penis That Looks Like Rot Accompanied By Numbness?
For the past 3 months I have been experiencing numbness at the tip of my penis which is increasingly growing at the base. 2 days I tied the base of my penis to the pubic bone and testicular sac for fear of further spreading. Does my condition require amputation of the penis? if yes, should the urinary tract be moved under the testicle bag? Thank you for your help.
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Need to be clarified, what kind of penis decay do you mean?
The condition of a penis that looks like decay accompanied by numbness may indicate the following conditions:
Tissue death, for example due to injuries, vascular disorders, excessive pressure, inflammation that is not handled properly
Balanitis, balanoposthitis (inflammation of the head of the penis with / without accompanying foreskin)
Benign or malignant tumors in the penis
Infections, for example syphilis, gonorrhea, genital herpes, chancroid, HIV
Others, such as penile fractures, drug eruptions, urinary tract infections, diabetes, burns, and so on
As you can see in our explanation above, there are very many conditions that can underlie your current complaints. Therefore, what is the right treatment to do can only be done after your condition is properly identified, namely by a direct examination by a doctor or specialist skin and genitals. Our advice, don't be rash about giving treatment and treatment to your penis. First check yourself at the nearest health facility so that it is given appropriate treatment. At home, the following steps can be done:
Clean the intimate organs properly every bath, after urinating
Avoid sex first before being declared safe by a doctor, especially risky sex (such as having sex with a partner whose sexual history is not clear)
Always wear comfortable, clean, non-tight clothing
Stop the habit of tying your pelvis to your genitals so that tissue death or decay does not occur
Hope this helps ...