The Testicles Feel Itchy, Painful When Urinating And Wound On The Penis?
Complaints in the area of the testicles like itching and even when urinating it hurts because there is a wound on the mister p because of spillis
Hello Rezza, thank you for the question to HealthReplies.com
Previously, I want to confirm beforehand, have you really checked yourself with the doctor and the doctor diagnosed you with syphilis?
The symptoms you mentioned actually don't reflect the symptoms of syphilis. Syphilis is a disease caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum. This disease has 4 stages with different symptoms:
Early infection (Stage 1), symptoms that usually appear are sores on the genitals and anus that are not painful. People are often not aware of this injury. This wound will heal itself in 3-6 weeks. Stage 2, symptoms appear a few weeks after the wound heals. Symptoms that appear include rashes that initially appear on the trunk (chest, stomach, back), then spread throughout the body, even to the palms and legs. These symptoms can heal and recur for years. Latent stage, which is the period without symptoms. A person can experience latent stages for years, and no more symptoms appear throughout his life, or continue to stage 3. Stage 3, at stage 3 there is damage to the brain, nerves, eyes, heart, blood vessels, liver, bones, and the joints. If you have a history of unprotected sexual intercourse, you should check with your doctor. The symptoms that you experience can be caused by other sexually transmitted infections such as Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Genital Herpes, Chancroid, etc. You should also ask for an examination for other sexually transmitted infections, including HIV testing. Treatment for each of the above diseases can vary, so you must first diagnose the cause of your symptoms.
For now, you should avoid having sexual relations first. If you want to have sex, make sure you use a condom. It is better to avoid unhealthy sexual behavior such as intercourse without changing partners without a condom. You should also bring your sexual partner to seek treatment with you so that your partner is treated as well. This is very important to prevent the transmission of recurrent infections.
Here is an article about syphilis that you can read
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