The Relationship Between Genital Warts With Pain During Urination?
Morning, I’m Dwi (male 24th). Is there a relationship between genital warts and pain in the urinary area / UTI ?. At this time I feel pain when urinating, frequent urination, sometimes hot after urinating. Thank you..
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Venereal warts are a disease caused by infection with HPV (human papilloma virus). This virus can be transmitted through risky sexual relations (changing partners, not using condoms). In men, genital warts only provide symptoms in the form of the appearance of skin-colored bumps or gray in the genital area (can also be in the anus or mouth when having anal or oral sex), lumps that form like cauliflower, itching, heat, or pain in the area a lump, and sometimes it can also be accompanied by symptoms of bleeding easily on the lump. Generally will not cause symptoms of pain when urinating.
However, this HPV infection can occur through risky sexual relations. Also note that risky sexual intercourse can transmit other infections as well as gonorrhea, chlamydia, herpes, syphilis, and others. Symptoms of pain when urinating can occur due to this other infection. If you feel symptoms of pain when urinating, you should immediately consult a doctor. These symptoms are not always caused by urinary tract infections but can also be caused by stones in the urinary tract or tumors in the urinary tract. The doctor will conduct further evaluations such as blood tests, urine tests, can also be recommended an ultrasound examination or CT scan if there are indications, to find out the exact cause. If indeed you have a history of having risky sexual relations, you should also inform your doctor so that other sexually transmitted infections can be examined as well. Your doctor may also suggest that a urethral swab be examined.
For now, you should avoid having sexual relations first. If later it is proven that there is a sexually transmitted infection, you should bring your sexual partner for treatment as well so that there is no contagious infection.
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