The head of the member swells

Trichomoniasis in men can give complications: the glans penis turns red, the foreskin swells, then on the limb, wounds, abrasions, and sometimes ulcers are formed. With phimosis, the penis, increasing in size, takes the form of a pear, becomes painful. Because of the swelling, the exposure of his head becomes impossible. Trichomonas epididymitis is possible, which occurs in 7-15% of patients. Some of them have fever, pain in the scrotum and testicles. The complication of trichomoniasis is inflammation of the prostate gland - prostatitis. In this case, the man himself for years can not feel anything, not to suspect that he is sick, but to infect women during sexual intercourse. Sometimes patients with prostatitis experience a feeling of heaviness and blunt pressure in the anus, itching in it and in the urethra, pain in the perineal region. Often weakened vision, orgasm, premature ejaculation occurs. With trichomonas inflammation of the bladder, patients are forced to urinate every 15-30 minutes. Urination is accompanied by sharp pain and a few drops of blood.

Children, as a rule, are infected with trichomoniasis fromadults through sexual intercourse. Approximately 32% of them are associated with urethritis, which can cause painful urination. Girls - swelling and reddening of small and large labia and hymen, itching and burning of the external genitalia, yellow purulent discharge from the vagina.

"Galya is 13 years old, was raped a year agoa man ill with gonorrhea. Then the girl of venereal diseases was not found. Six months later, her first menstruation began, and after her appeared purulent discharge from the vagina, which she was afraid to tell her mother, for fear of a second examination at the gynecologist. Only after another half a year the mother noticed on her underwear traces of purulent discharge. The girl was found and gonorrhea, and trichomoniasis, which "dozed" before the menstrual cycle. "

Chlamydia. - The disease is caused by chlamydia parasitizing the mucous membranes of various organs. This is not a harmless infection is 2-3 times more likely than gonorrhea. In men, it can cause inflammation of the urethra, prostate, epididymis, rectum during homosexual intercourse and even joint damage. In women, and causes inflammation of the urethra, uterine tubes and cervix, a change in the structure of its mucosa, may cause ectopic pregnancy. Children due to this disease, there are lesions of the mucous membranes of the eyes, lungs, ear, it can lead to the death of newborns. Chlamydia is the cause of venereal lymphogranuloma in adults, which are usually infected in tropical countries.

The first signs of the disease appear usually1-2 weeks after contact with the patient. Men usually complain of mucopurulent, translucent or watery discharge from the urethra, itching or pain when urinating. The sponges of the urethra are slightly reddened, swollen, often stuck together. In some cases, there are no signs of the disease, although a person is infected and can infect his partner during sexual intercourse.

Over time, itching in the urethrathe channel decreases or passes completely, the discharge becomes insignificant and is usually observed only in the morning before the "first" urine. However, this does not mean that the disease has passed, from acute it has passed into the chronic with the spread of infection along the urethra.

Quite often there are lesions of the prostateglands. There are unpleasant sensations in a perineum, a rectum, pulling pains in a loin. Discharge from the urethra is mild, mucous or watery, usually in the morning. Another common complication of chlamydia in men is an inflammation of the epididymis. It often begins suddenly. The temperature rises, the scrotum becomes swollen, its skin hot, red and tense, the epididymis increases. Sometimes the pain spreads to the inguinal canal. Patients may be impaired sperm formation, infertility may develop. Serious complication is Reiter's syndrome. In this disease, in addition to the urethra, the mucous membrane of the eyes and joints (usually knee and ankle) are affected. Sometimes the illness lasts for several months.