Yellow Discharge From The Male Chest Area?
Good evening, I want to ask. I am a 17-year-old man, a few days ago my areola felt very itchy, and I saw my aerola skin cracked and finally peeled off. After I peeled out a slightly yellow liquid when it dried on my clothes, my aerola was accompanied by a lump on that part of the aerola. But sometimes it’s not bumpy. Why is that? Are there any good medicines or ointments? It’s been days, but it’s still releasing liquid and it’s not dry. thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. In men, fluid coming out of the chest area, especially those with a yellowish color, is most likely due to a bacterial infection in the area. The cause of this infection that can vary. It could be due to itching that is scratched too hard, the itchiness itself can arise due to food allergies, drinks, soap, pressure and clothing materials, can be due to irritation, sores, or skin diseases such as impetigo.
What is clear now needs to be done directly by the doctor to determine where your complaints originate. If there is a bacterial infection, your doctor may tell you which antibiotics you cannot get and indeed you cannot use them yourself without the doctor's advice. Neither with the bump.
Meanwhile, warm compresses on the part, do not scratch, do not exfoliate and keep it dry. Do not take or apply drugs without doctor's advice to avoid adverse effects. So, hopefully answering your question.