Infection of varicose veins

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Hello, The veins that you have noted on epnis could be varicose veins.Development of new veins is not possible.It is generally that the old veins when varicosed are seen as bulding vein or new veins. The varicose vein on the penis does not require any treatment. It may bruise during sexual intercourse and thus wearing of a condom is highly recommended.Also use of lubricants is recommended during masturbation or during sexual intercourse to avoid bruising the vein. No other treatment is required.
symptoms from week 1 subsided but I noticed inflammation of veins on my penis (two definitely new enlarged veins and some more prominent small purple veins - these are still slightly painful) and my hemorrhoids were far worse. Week 3: first began to experience electric pain through groin area and noticed prominent varicose veins in right groin. also noticed numbness and tingling sensations throughout my body (pins and needles). the best I can describe it is short electric shock like pains.
Hello, From your symptoms it looks like spider veins or varicose veins penis. The varicose vein on the penis does not require any treatment. It may bruise during sexual intercourse and thus wearing of a condom is highly recommended. Also use of lubricants is recommended during masturbation or during sexual intercourse to avoid bruising the vein. No other treatment is required. In fact most of the treatment like laser treatment will cause scarring,infection,nerve and vascular damage.
No other treatment is required.In fact most of the treatment like laser treatment will cause scarring,infection,nerve and vascular damage.So in my opinion,you should leave them as such. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
Have any of you noticed that your veins are more visible? Since December the veins in my arms, hands, chest, breasts, lower abdomen, and legs are a lot more noticable. I am not too concerned, but it looks creepy and started all of the sudden. I am drinking a lot of water now, but when it started I wasn't. I am just curious if this is part of fibro or just another weird/random symptom. Thanks!
Hello, From the symptoms it looks like this is a varicose vein of penis. The varicose vein on the penis may bruise during sexual intercourse and thus wearing of a condom is highly recommended.Also use of lubricants is recommended during masturbation or during sexual intercourse to avoid bruising the vein. No other treatment is required.In fact most of the treatment like laser treatment will cause scarring,infection,nerve and vascular damage.
Hello, The varicose vein on the penis does not require any treatment. It may bruise during sexual intercourse and thus wearing of a condom is highly recommended.Also use of lubricants is recommended during masturbation or during sexual intercourse to avoid bruising the vein. No other treatment is required.In fact most of the treatment like laser treatment will cause scarring,infection,nerve and vascular damage.So in my opinion,you should leave them as such. Hope it helps.
Hello and sorry for the late reply. Varicose veins can cause discoloration of the skin. But if there is itching, it could be due to an allergic reaction. The other causes could be due to a fungal infection, atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis and scabies. Usually there is itching and some amount of inflammation with these conditions. You will need to consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. In the meantime for relief from your symptoms you can take OTC Benadryl. Regards.
I found this advice in a thread from 2009 and sounds similar to what you described. These swollen veins can be due to varicose veins or superficial thrombophlebitis. Penile varicose veins may bruise during sexual intercourse and thus wearing of a condom is highly recommended. Also use of lubricants is recommended during masturbation or during sexual intercourse to avoid bruising the vein. Mondor’s disease is superficial thrombophlebitis of the penis.
I have been treated for an inflamed prostate, and the pain in my penis has subsided, but the tip (around the hole) has some sort of bumps. Several doctors have suggested that they may be engorged veins, but I have NEVER heard of veins being around this particular area? I have been tested in January, Febuary, May, and July for hsv 1 2 igm and igm, hiv, hep a b and c, ghoannrea, chlamydia, and syllaphlus, I have also been tested for any bacterial (sti, uti, etc), and fungal (yeast, candid etc.
Although dental problems have been the bane of mankind since the dawn of time, factory food products, social eating traditions, and use of sugar in just about everything does nothing to prevent tooth decay. People in modern society unfamiliar with whole foods just keep going to the dentist for their repair until they are 80 years old or so and get their remaining teeth removed and replaced with dentures. Loss of a single tooth is sorrowful, a strike against our physical perfection.
It could be a varicocele (varicose vein). And varicose veins can develop clots. Also, twists can happen, called a testicular torsion. This is an emergency type problem, and I think the pain would have sent you to the emergency room. But a urologist is the best doctor to see. He can assess you for varicocele or epididymitis and reassure you about testicular torsion not being the problem. But honestly I think tight muscles could be just irritating the nerves additionally.
Hello, Common causes of ankle swelling include traumatic Injury such as an ankle sprain or a fracture,gout (accumulation of uric acid crystals within the fluid of your ankle),ankle arthritis,infection (cellulitis or septic joint), problems with blood flow like DVT can impair normal circulation and lead to swelling around the ankles,pregnancy, obesity, and varicose veins.
There is no discharge from my penis and the rash that was on the head of my penis as a result of the yeast infection has gone away. This wiry tube runs from where the penis connects with the pelvis and runs up the shaft of my penis all the way to the top of my foreskin. What could this be?
As long as it is not causing any problems, I would not worry about it. There are different colored veins and blood vessels that have odd shapes on mine, too--and have never posed a problem. Hope this helps!
My mother has similar problems with her legs, and both of us bruise like tomatoes. While both my mom and I do also suffer from varicose and spider veins, this is NOT what my question is about. I am trying to determine the cause of (and hopefully treat) the all-over reddish honeycomb pattern. Has anyone heard or seen or experienced this?
Many recent studies have highlighted the importance of spider nevi as a useful sign for the assessment of severity of various hepatic diseases. Romagnuolo et al[2] found that spider nevi and thrombocytopaenia, with either splenomegaly or hypoalbuminaemia, were useful for predicting the presence of hepatic fibrosis in patients with Hepatitis C infection.
(legs) brain fog 47% of the time now, little red bumps on knees and traveling up thighs and maybe they have always been there - but I can see slight varicose looking veins on random places on leg tests already done (all negative): B12 deficiency, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Epstein Barr, kidney functioning (normal), no thyroid problems, lyme antibody or just the basic unreliable one....
You should also know that I have fairly severe stasis dermatitis (I believe it is called) on my calf as the result of varicose veins, with the hard, scaly, discolored patches etc. These new symptoms appeared immediately above and to the side of the discoloration, hard scaly area (with exception of the one lone "bug bite" above my knee.) I have also had jock itch intermittently which responds to over the counter jock itch cream (Tinactin, I believe).
Varices (internal varicose veins) are caused by portal hypertension. I'll try to explain varices in my own words, and then I'll give you a page to look at-- There's a big vein that carries blood to the liver, called the 'portal vein'. Blood flows through the portal vein, through the spleen....then through the liver (the liver filters the blood),........to get to the heart. Cirrhosis (scar tissue in the liver) gets in the way of this blood flow.
•Uterine fibroids or polyps •Injury or disease of the vaginal opening (caused by intercourse, infection, polyp, genital warts, ulcer, or varicose veins) •Vaginal injury from insertion of foreign objects, from malignancy, or from infection •Stopping and starting birth control pills or estrogens •Low thyroid function •IUD use (may cause occasional spotting) •Drugs such as anticoagulants •Stress •Implantation I got this info from the MH Information, Symptoms, Treatments and Resources
If not corrected, this can lead to breakdown of the skin and varicose ulcers which are difficult to heal. Follow these steps to lessen the effects of varicose veins: - Reduce intraabdominal pressure. - Resolve constipation. You should be having 2-3 bowel movements per day. - Maintain a healthy weight. - Increase fiber in your diet through fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. - Increase your water intake. To determine how much water to drink, divide your weight in pounds by two.
Just so happened that I had an appt the next day and something turned up in my urine too. Somekind of infection. Not sure if that had anything to do with it.
It could due to an infection, a ruptured sebaceous cyst, varicose veins or due to a damage to the capillaries of the scrotum producing a lesion called angiokeratoma. Please do consult a urologist and seek an opinion on the same. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
What is your age? Usually, varicose veins and telangiectasia (spider veins) are normal veins that have dilated under the influence of increased venous pressure. They are the visible surface manifestation of an underlying syndrome of venous insufficiency. Venous insufficiency syndromes allow venous blood to escape from its normal flow path and flow in a retrograde direction down into an already congested leg.
I have very muscular thighs..not fat.. I also have varicose veins. Of course, when I'd get to the doc, most of the fluid would be gone, pressure would still leave an indentation, but nott as bad... Finally one of my doctors gave me some lasix to use as needed.. and realized, after awhile, that when I used the lasix, my blood pressure was 40 points LOWER.. than when I didn't My normal bld pressure has always been in the 95-105-/60-70 range.. suddenly it was always in the 145 range..
Do you have varicose veins by chance? If so and your leg is hot to touch and the pain is real bad, I would ask a doctor about it, could be what I get.
1. Vomiting, or Fever, or any sign of infection 2. Vomiting or coughing blood 3. Vomiting or coughing a substance that looks like coffee grounds 4. Passing blood 5. Passing black stools 6. Any trouble urinating 7. Any signs of worsening encephalopathy (confusion, or excessive sleepiness, mental changes, staggering, etc.) 8. Any bad pain in the abdomen There's a support group for people with advanced liver disease at http://www.expage.
Hello, Common causes of ankle and feet edema(swelling)include ankle sprain or a fracture,gout (accumulation of uric acid crystals within the fluid of your ankle),ankle arthritis,infection (cellulitis or septic joint), problems with blood flow like DVT, obesity, and varicose veins.
Common causes of ankle swelling include traumatic Injury such as an ankle sprain or a fracture,gout (accumulation of uric acid crystals within the fluid of your ankle),ankle arthritis,infection (cellulitis or septic joint), problems with blood flow like DVT can impair normal circulation and lead to swelling around the ankles,pregnancy, obesity, and varicose veins.
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