The Penis Feels Itchy With Discharge Of Pus?
? I complained about the genitals (penis) a few months ago, in the middle of my urinary tract I felt itchy. And finally now it hurts and often removes nana without me realizing it. So that the clana suddenly got bloated with the nana. Plus in my throat, I saw it swell. When I spit out mucus, the mucus also bleeds. 🙁
Gonorrhea or discharge from the penis can be caused by gonorrhea. Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease caused by bacterial infection and can cause complaints in the form of gonorrhea, pain when urinating, pain in the testicles, and inflammation of the foreskin. Tests to confirm gonorrhea are penile fluid tests, urine tests, and if necessary blood tests. Gonorrhea treatment is with antibiotics either injection or oral.
In addition to gonorrhea, gonorrhea can also be caused by non-gonorrheal urethritis, for example due to chlamydia infection, klebsiella, use of a urinary tube, and inflammation of the prostate. To be sure it requires examination by a doctor.
Therefore, I suggest that you see a doctor directly so that further examination can be carried out to determine the cause of your complaint so that you can be given a more appropriate treatment. You can also consult about complaints of swollen throat and bloody mucus (perhaps meaning coughing up blood) so that they can be examined and given the appropriate treatment.
Swollen throat and bloody phlegm itself are also many causes such as sore throat, tonsillitis, tuberculosis, abscesses, and malignancies of the throat area. To be sure, a doctor's examination is needed if necessary with a throat swab, blood test, and X-ray. Treatment will be tailored to the cause.
Some tips you can do:
Avoid casual sex Use condoms during intercourse Delay intercourse until completion of treatment Check your partner so they can be treated to avoid the risk of recurrent infection Get enough rest Avoid cold and too hot drinks and foods Do not throw phlegm carelessly The following articles are related to the topic of your question:
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Thanks and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y