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Burning Tingling Genital Area
I've been experiencing cold burning sensations in my arm and tingling in my legs up to my genital area, Is this genital herpes? It only lasts a bit
Nerve: These sound like irritable superficial nerves and, in the absence of lesions, don't suggest a herpes outbreak.If frequent tingling or pins and needles sensations occur in scattered areas of your body, get checked for deficiencies of calcium,magnesium, potassium,vitamin b12 or iron. ...Read more
The major organs of the reproductive system includes, the external genitalia (penis and vulva) as well as a number of internal organs including the gamete producing gonads (testicles and ovaries). Diseases of the human reproductive system are very common and widespread, particularly ...Read more
Hi i had an itching and burning sensation on my genital area. There are white/red bumbs there. Had this for 4 years. What is it.
Hi I from time to time had a itching and burning sensation on my genital area and i noticed white/sometimes red bumbs do u know what this is?
Do not know: From your description, it is not possible to DX When you are having the problem, see your health care provider and get a DX ...Read more
What should I do after my air removing cream on my genital area resulted in swelling, burning pain and redness?
Wait for the reactio: You need to wait for the reaction to subside and consider the consequence when you try to do these things in the future. The cream caused a sever irritation to get rid of hair and it is doing what it said it would do. ...Read more
I have pains in my pelvis close to my genital area on the left side. The pains are either, a burning sensation, numbness, or just a sharp, deep pain.
Get to a Urologist: Those problems could represent impingement of a nerve or richly-innervated structure in the groin. A urologist would be a good start to rule out bad things. While you're waiting for the appointment, you could read online how to do a male self-examination to exclude any anatomical abnormalities. Good luck, and feel better soon! ...Read more
I experience burning sensation on my feet and sometimes on the outer genital area? Is that a menopausal symptom?
No direct relation: Symptoms of menopause are caused but hormonal changes in the female body. Burning of the feet and genitalia are probable neuropathic in nature and should be evaluate by doctor. There is no direct relationship between the two. The feet and the crotch are enervated by the lower sacral nerves. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have burning sensation in urinal/genital area.My diab.is under control,had urinal test for bacteria-all good,I was at GYN-all good and PAPA test too
GU discomfort: Sorry to hear about these symptoms. I would want to know more -such as the timing/onset of symptoms. Diabetes can cause longer term problems such as neuropathies, or 'nerve damage' but it sounds like you're doing your best to control it. I would be worried if this is of a sudden onset of such as with shingles or even herpes which can break out -initially with burning type symptoms. Hope u get help ...Read more
Me male 25yrs.since 2 days i had intense itchiness near my genital area.So i applied anti-bacterial cream and now i have red burning scrotum skin.HELP?
Good day. I've had burning while urinating and red spots in genital area. STD tests~a month ago-all negative. Urologist thinks prostatitis. Thoughts?
CPPS?: Prostatitis or infections that cause it don't cause "red spots"; separate problems. At age 28, most apparent prostatitis is chronic pelvic pain syndrome. CPPS overlaps with prostatitis but there is no infection; urinary discomfort or pain are from pelvic muscle tension, often anxiety driven, e.g. after a regretted sexual exposure. OK to try cipro (ciprofloxacin) per urologist's advice, but it may not work. ...Read more
Can HSV 1 in genitals cause idiopathic peripheral neuropathy? Recurrent outbreaks. Do not take meds for it. Now have burning/tingling in feet.
Not exactly: Any HSV type of genital infection could cause problems farther downstream in terms of neuropathy since the viral particles recede after causing their outbreaks into the lumbosacral ganglia and that could then, lead to problems in other root zone distributions but then, it wouldn't be IDIOPATHIC and you may expect to see the typical blistery breakdown. You should be checked for other causes as well ...Read more