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What Causes Red Inflamed Meatus
What can cause meatitis (penis) with no other symptoms? Just red inflamed/swollen meatus for 2-3 weeks. What kind of doctor should I see?
A urologist is: The type of doc to see. You can start w/your family doc who may refer you if he/she thinks that is necessary. You may have an infection. Peace and good health. ...Read more
In human anatomy a meatus is referenced usually referenced as an opening to a canal. For example the auditory meatus is the opening in your ear that opens into your hearing canal that transmits sounds to your to your brain for interpretation. Likewise the urinary meatus opens into your urethra through ...Read more
Infection: A physician can assess the affected area and perform cultures, if necessary. ...Read more
I have noticed white dots clustered around meatus and under foreskin. As well as a red meatus wich looks inflamed and irritated. No pain at all.
I have a swollen meatus on penis. What has caused this and does it go away? It is also red but has very little pain.
The bottom part of my meatus (penis) has been inflamed and red for 2-3 weeks with no change. I don't have any other symptoms at all. What's wrong?
The bottom half of my meatus and a mm below the meatus is inflamed and red. I'm not experiencing any other symptoms. Could this be damage, std, uti?
Could be: Yes could be a variety of things. Best advice is to be examined to perform a thorough history and physical with appropriate testing. Good luck ...Read more
Can a red meatus, tip of penis, be caused by bladder infection? It doesn't hurt on touch or itch, only burns on tip of my penis when peeing
Penis Burning: Irritation in the male urinary tract can often cause burning that is felt at the tip of the penis. The common causes can include anything that can cause irritation to the prostate, bladder or urethra such as infection, passing a urinary tract stone or other trauma. A red meatus can sometimes indicate irritation, but is not a specific finding. ...Read more
Scrotum and meatus are red, scrotum is tender and warm, have tried levaquin (levofloxacin) and azithromycin, now diflucan, no improvement, nystatin crm helps redness?
See your doctor: This is not a question that can be answered on the internet. Follow up with your doctor or get a second opinion. You need to be seen to be evaluated. ...Read more
It is hard to say without having it examined, but it could be trauma or infection.
Tumor is less likely, but possible. ...Read more
Hello, ever since I can remember my meatus looks swollen, but it doesn't hurt at all, it just looks like red puffy lips, is this normal?
Normal: I don't think that you have a problem since a problem is starting to notice differences or changes in normal function. I would say that since you have no pain or significant changes you shouldn't worry much ...Read more
Received unprotected oral sex for about 10minutes with a high risk female partner (mid40s) I immediately developed red meatus and I think urethralwart?
Not an STD: No STD can start to cause symptoms immediately; it takes at least a day or two, usually longer. Immediate redness could be due to physical irritation. A wart is impossible; if you have a wart, it isn't from this event; genital warts don't appear sooner than 1-2 months after exposure. See a doctor if your symptoms continue or you otherwise remain concerned. ...Read more
My partner has an ulcer its red on the meatus and a little bit white around what could it be? Could it lead to HIV or something similar? Pls help
Syphilis?: You keep asking the same question repeatedly. See my previous reply; the answers won't change. Some causes of genital ulcer are serious, especially syphilis, and are associated with increased risk of HIV, especially in Mali and elsewhere in sub-Saharan Africa. Your partner should keep the appointment with the specialist and you both should be tested for HIV. ...Read more
My meatus is very red, it is itchy and very sensitive. It's not long since I had unprotected oral sex but I also had protected anal sex.?
I notice a small tiny bump at my penis meatus this morning. It show like pin head, red and no discharge. What it could be and what I have to do?
Here are some...: The described scenario suggests that tiny bump likely has existed for a long time, but is just incidentally noticed this morning. Clinically, it may be a skin tag, hyperactive sebaceous gland, some kinds of fibroangioma, etc. Nonetheless, it's hard to give right Dx without a direct look at. For confirmation, follow instructions described in http://www. Formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
Red spot, Appears to be like a blood spot or flesh spot just on the inside of my penis head, just when I open up my meatus it can be seen. Painless?
Here are some...: Just watch, wait, and see how this red spot may progress & evolve. Clinically, it most likely represents a tiny benign vessel-related tumor called hemangioma; if free of discomfort and not change much in size, leave it alone. Otherwise, seek evaluation and counseling. To get the things for good care done correctly, go to http://www. Formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
Would internal meatus herpes be easily visible? Have small red pimple inside meatus that Itches all day, no pain. Received unprotected oral. Have UTI
May be herpes:
Herpes can initially cause itching. That's often followed by a blister that ulcerates. May cause pain, especially on
urinating. The only way to tell if HSV is to do a swab of some fluid from the sore. Since you were able to see the "pimple" I'm not sure why you are asking if it easily visible. The doctor can use a magnifying glass to view it if needed. Best wishes. Always use a condom. ...Read more
My 1 year old entire head of penis is a deep blue/purple color&his meatus is a bright red color. He's circumsised. Nothing around it to cut circulation?
Have him examined: Best to take him to his pediatrician for evaluation. ...Read more
Hi my bf has red on his penis meatus and white around it what could it be? HiV? Dr told him its ulcer not to wory but sent him to a profesor. Pls help
STD? Syphilis?: The most common causes of such problems are syphilis and herpes -- in this case, syphilis seems more likely. But there are many non-STD problems that could also be responsible. HIV doesn't cause this sort of problem, but HIV is most common in people with syphilis or other STDs. Make sure your bf follows the advice for specialty care and keeps his appointment with the professor. Good luck! ...Read more
My penis meatus is red & swollen as lips since years, no other symptoms, I never had sex, I can't retract foreskin over glans, is there a problem?
My 4 year old boy has been complaining of his penis itching for a few days now. His urethral meatus is red at the bottom and very shiny and tender.?
My partner has a red circle on his penis meatus and little white around it. Doctor told him its ulcer. Is it true? Could this lead to HIV?
Why: Why did he developed ulcer on the urethral meatus? Condition is likely to be Fordyce spot of penis. This is a benign condition but I would recommend getting a second opinion ...Read more
Two: The two most common reasons for this are related to urinary infection issues or to local trauma, typically from sexual activity. Check with your doctor if the symptoms persist. ...Read more
Irritated urethra & slight inflamed meatus Full panel STD test inc mycoplasma gen neg. Enterococcus faecalis found in semen Can this be the cause?
This website will give you all the information you are looking for:
www. Medicinabuenosaires. Com/revistas/vol58-98/2/semenquality. Htm ...Read more
The cardinal signs of inflammation are pain, swelling, loss of function, redness and warmth. The last two are related to increased blood flow through the site of inflammation. You may consult this site for more info:
http://www. Webmd. Com/arthritis/about-inflammation#1
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more