There Is A Soft Lump To The Left Of The Foreskin Area.?
Excuse me, I want to ask in the left foreskin area that there is a soft lump that is quite large, what is the cause of the disease? And do you need further medical treatment?
the foreskin or prepuce is the part of the skin or membrane lining the tip of the penis. In men who have been circumcised (circumcision), the foreskin section no longer exists.
If there is a lump in the foreskin, it is important to pay attention to some important information such as the size, number of lumps, characteristics of the lump, how long the complaint has appeared, whether there are other complaints such as swelling, pain and redness and whether the active patient has risky sex such as alternating couple.
In general, a lump in the foreskin area is often caused by the following conditions:
pearly penile papules, which are small lumps that are shiny and are harmless. The shape is usually several and in rows of one to two lines. This lump does not require special treatment and will disappear by itself.
Fodyce spot, which is a yellowish-white lump that comes from the sebaceous glands.
Genital warts, which are sexually transmitted infections caused by the HPV virus
Molluscum kontaginosum, is part of a sexually transmitted infection caused by a virus
Because of the variety of causes of lumps in the penis, you are strongly advised to do a direct examination to a dermatologist and genitals. That way the doctor can observe carefully the lumps and if necessary, the doctor will recommend that a supporting examination be done
For now, you should not have risky sex, and keep the area around your penis clean.
so hopefully useful.