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What causes itching bleeding bumps around the urethra and genital area?


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Answered 2015-05-12 15:48:51

It could possibly be herpes. Those usually itch, and if irritated, bleed. You should definitely have this checked by your doctor.


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Itching around the urethra is not a standard symptom of a UTI. Return to your health care provider to be examined for other causes of painful urination that may cause itching. These include trichomoniasis and herpes.

Genital warts are located in the area of the genitals. Genital warts tend to be flesh colored or gray and they are growths. You can have them in clusters or they can be located individually. I am sure there are pictures on the internet, but I am uncomfortable searching for them.

Periurethral is the medical term meaning around or near the urethra.

You don't stick his penis up your urethra during frotting. You wrap your foreskin around it.

could be genital warts caused by HPV

No. A genital piercing includes any piercing on or around your genitals. Not your tongue.

There is no foreskin around your urethra. In the male the urethra finishes at the ending of the glans of the penis. If your foreskin starts to bleed then you have obviously damaged it somehow and if you dont know hoe it happened you should see a doctor about it.

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Answer:For the safety of the questioner, and for others who read the answer to this question, I cannot reccommend a specific remedy to your situation. For one thing, there are many illness' and STD's that involve itching in the genital area for females. My best advice is for anyone who is having a problem around the reproductive areas should see their doctor immediatly. If it is something serious, it could lead to infertility or worse, if not treated.

Looking at the hair around the genital area.

AnswerThe symptoms of genital herpes vary from person to person. Some people have severe symptoms, such as many painful sores, while others have mild symptoms. An initial outbreak of genital herpes usually brings about symptoms within two weeks of having sexual contact with an infected person and can last from two to three weeks. The early symptoms can include:An itching or burning feeling in the genital or anal area, flu-like symptoms, including fever, swollen glands, pain in the legs, buttocks, or genital area. Vaginal discharge a feeling of pressure in the area below the stomach.Within a few days, sores (also called lesions) show up where the virus has entered the body, such as on the mouth, penis, or vagina. Sores can also show up on a woman�s cervix, which is the opening to the uterus or womb, or in the urinary passage in men. The sores are small red bumps that may turn into blisters or painful open sores. Over a period of days, the sores become crusted and then heal without scarring.Other later symptoms of genital herpes may include:* small red bumps on the penis, vagina, or wherever the infection began. These bumps may become blisters or painful open sores that can take up to four weeks to heal. * itching or burning in the genital area * pain in the legs, buttocks, or genital area * vaginal discharge * feeling pressure or discomfort around your stomach * fever * headache * muscle aches * pain when urinating * swollen glands in the genital areaSome people may have no symptoms � but they can still spread herpes! Sometimes only very mild sores appear, but are mistaken for an insect bite or other skin problems. If you have HIV, a genital herpes infection can be worse.Symptom of Genital HerpesThe first episode of the outbreak is often severe and difficult to identify for its uniqueness in individuals and similarity to other STDs (sexually transmitted diseases).It serves its time and is very painful. Genital herpes symptoms are generally not typical and identification requires clinical testing to rule out other STDs.Researchers suggest that herpes virus lie dormant since human birth and become active later in life causing mild to severe symptoms. Remember, herpes virus reoccur time and again.Genital herpes signs and symptoms can appear at any time and then disappear.Take a look at the list below to know more about the most common symptom of genital herpes in men:· Fever with fatigue and headache· Lymph nodes that are swollen· Red bumps and painful clusters in areas of infection· Urination accompanied by pain· Itching, tingling sensation and swelling in the genital areSores around or on penile area and cold sores or blisters on or around the mouthFor More information check www.makehealtheasy.comSymptoms often go unnoticed, but they are blisters around the genitals, anus, or mouth that may eventually turn into sores that are painful and may take up to a month to go away. Symptoms don't disappear after the first time, they may reappear.Some signs are:BlistersNausea/DiarrheaItchingFlu Like SymptomsSymptoms of genital herpes can be:Flu like symptomsitchingblistersnausea/diarrheatinglingSymptoms of genital herpes can be:Flu like symptomsitchingblistersnausea/diarrheatinglingSymptoms of genital herpes can be:Flu like symptomsitchingblistersnausea/diarrheatinglingSymptoms of genital herpes can be:Flu like symptomsitchingblistersnausea/diarrheatingling

It's because they are itching there back .

This could be areas of hardening or calcification around the urethra, the tube that you pee out of.

It usually looks like raised blisters or open paper cut like sores. Herpes often comes with symptoms like itching, burning and or tingling occuring around the site of infection. To know for sure if you have herpes you should get tested.

Genital herpes doesn't commonly affect the mouth, it likes to live on the genitals. If all you're doing is kissing then you're not going to get genital herpes. Genital herpes can be passed if you have intercourse with him around the time a break out happens.

Gonasyphaherpa-litus! Usually a sign that things are about to fall off. i.e. penis It could be genital warts or herpes. You need to go to a doctor and be treated asap and before you have any sexual contact with another person as you could pass it to them.

Tinea cruris is not a person, but rather is the medical name for the disease commonly known as jock itch. Common symptoms include burning sensation, itching and redness around the leg or genital region. It is best treated with topical creams and proper hygiene.

He tied a rope around his leg to stop the wound from bleeding.

No it is not,most of time bleeding around that time, heavy bleeding is due to miscarriage. Spotting is normal, bleeding is a sign of miscarriage.

If you do not protect yourself in sex, a rare STI can create a calcification around the entryway of the urethra and you will be unable to urinate.

It's possible, you could get genital herpes on your mouth if you give some one oral sex around the time they had a break out.

By Mayo Clinic staffLichen sclerosus (LI-kun skluh-RO-sus) is an uncommon condition that creates patchy, white skin that's thinner than normal. Lichen sclerosus may affect skin on any part of your body, but most often involves skin of the vulva or skin around the anus.Lichen sclerosus in genital areaWhen they do occur, lichen sclerosus symptoms may include:Itching (pruritus), which can be severeDiscomfort, which is generally greater if lichen sclerosus appears on or around your genital or anal areasSmooth white spots on your skin that may grow into blotchy, wrinkled patchesTenderness of the affected areas of your skinEasy bruising or tearingIn severe cases, bleeding, blistering or ulcerated lesionsPainful intercourseThe uncomfortable itching and scarring that accompanies severe lichen sclerosus may narrow the vaginal opening and affect the ability or desire to have sexual intercourse.If this sounds like what you have, you need to see a doctor, as there is no over the counter product that can take care of this. A gynecologist that specializes in pelvic( vaginal) reconstruction or a dermatologist(wouldn't be my first choice) is your best bet. I hope this helps you.

It certainly can be normal. Itching sometimes occurs when growth occurs, just before and/or during a menstrual cycle, or when you are pregnant. There can be other causes of itching as well. If the itching is accompanied by a rash or becomes unbearable, you should contact a physician. Sometimes it is just because your skin is dry.

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