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old penis ulcer
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by vinod sharma - Dec 13th, 2012 10:54 am.
vinod sharma
vinod sharma
old penis ulcer increase penis discharging
re: old penis ulcer by Dr J S Chowhan - Dec 17th, 2012 9:48 am
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Dr J S Chowhan
Dr J S Chowhan
Dear Mr Sharma

Spots for the penis are incredibly common and a lot will not have a life threatening cause. However, occasionally spots can often mean a substantial health issue. So, you need to seek prompt medical advice if you're concerned.

Types of spots

Spots for the penis might be separated into groups according to their look.
Ulcers: are not common. They are little craters in the skin. There's frequently a crust, or perhaps clear liquid (serum) or pus in the crater.
Papules: are small (under 1cm diameter) lumps, raised over the surface of the skin.
Plaques: are raised, flat-topped lesions, more than 1cm in diameter.

Ulcers

Single penile ulcers: frequently have a serious cause and important to seek prompt medical advice.

Possible causes:

primary syphilis: a single, round, painless ulcer about the penis or scrotum is sign of of syphilis . It can be the effect of a spirochaete (spiral-shaped) bacterium called Treponema pallidum. Diagnosing has to be confirmed by laboratory tests. It's an infectious STD.

chancroid, granuloma inguinale, lymphogranuloma venereum: they're tropical diseases, rare in great britain, that can cause just one, painless, foul-smelling ulcer. The identification have to be confirmed by laboratory tests. They must be suspected in men which has a good sexual contact in tropical areas. There was clearly a mini-outbreak of lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) in great britan in 2008-9 specifically in London and Brighton. All of them are infectious STDs. penile cancer (squamous cell carcinoma): may seem being a painless, irregular genital ulcer, usually inside a man with a minimum of 50. Early diagnosis and treatment methods are essential and may even be life-saving.

Multiple penile ulcers tend to be more common and may have a very less serious cause. However, seeking prompt medical help is still important. They are often divided into two groups: acute - present for under a fortnight - and chronic - gift for more than fourteen days.

Acute

Herpes simplex: here is the commonest reason behind genital ulceration. It's caused by Herpesvirus hominis type two, or sometimes type one - the herpes simplex virus usually linked to oral herpes or fever blisters. Herpes is characterised by recurrent bouts of genital vesicles, ie small blisters, which rapidly stop working to create small, painful ulcers. It's highly infectious and usually sexually transmitted. The first episode is normally of an acute feverish illness, which might be quite severe. The diagnosis has to be confirmed by laboratory tests. Acute episodes may be effectively treated with antiviral medicines, like aciclovir, although recurrences are common. Stress and other feverish illnesses may precipitate such recurrences.

Secondary syphilis: multiple irregular, shallow, painless grey ulcers, just like a snail track for the penis, are characteristic of the 2nd stage of syphilis. A flu-like illness plus a blotchy, red body rash usually accompany it. Much like primary syphilis, the diagnosis has to be confirmed by laboratory tests. It becomes an infectious STD.
Apthous ulcers: they are small, shallow, painful ulcers that many commonly show up in the mouth, but sometimes occasionally customize the penis. Typically, they have a grey centre encompassed by a bright red halo. They appear in crops and resolve neglected. They're able to easily be mistaken for herpes simplex ulcers, so laboratory tests with the GUM clinic are important to reliably distinguish the 2. They aren't infectious in addition to their cause is unknown.

Chronic

Pemphigus: this usually affects other regions in the body, frequently starting in the mouth, but may occasionally occur around the penis. It seems as fragile, thin-walled blisters that break up in order to create ulcers. These are often painful and could itch.Prompt diagnosis and therapy is essential.

Beh
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