The foreskin balanitis is also divided into foreskin balanitis and balanitis, which are often referred to as penis foreskin balanitis. This type of inflammation can be infectious and non infectious, and infectious prepuce balanitis is more commonly seen in clinical practice.
In clinical practice, due to patients' lack of understanding of prepuce balanitis and doctors' non-standard and inappropriate treatment, the repeated onset of prepuce balanitis is also exacerbated.
1. Easily neglected and untreated.
As the incidence rate of balanitis foreskin is high, the initial symptoms are mild, sometimes good and sometimes bad, so it is easy to be ignored in daily life, until serious treatment. At the time of the visit, there are already complications and complications that have caused significant damage to the reproductive health system, so it is important to conduct early examination and treatment.
2. Mistakenly treating a sexually transmitted disease.
When balanitis occurs, most patients consider it to be a sexually transmitted disease, and use a disinfectant and anti-inflammatory cleanser for external use. This can cause local skin to become inflamed and exudate under strong chemical stimulation, exacerbating the inflammatory reaction, and ultimately leading to the formation of chronic foreskin balanitis. Moreover, some doctors with poor diagnosis and treatment skills or intentionally treat sexually transmitted diseases due to profit factors, causing significant physical and economic harm to patients.
3. The effect of non-standard traditional therapies is limited.
Clinically, non-standard treatment has led to recurrent attacks. At the same time, due to the long course of prepuce balanitis, the non-standard use and abuse of antibiotics, and the susceptibility of bacteria to drug resistance, traditional treatment has not achieved ideal results. Long-term chronic inflammation has an impact on urinary and reproductive health, leading to diseases such as prostatitis, impotence, and premature ejaculation.
Factors such as excessive foreskin are easily overlooked.
"Prolonged prepuce is also an important factor in the onset and recurrence of balanitis. Without treatment for overlong prepuce, bacteria and inflammatory secretions can easily hide in the prepuce and directly affect the lesion site or new tissue structure, exacerbating the condition or causing lesions. Therefore, if there is an overlong prepuce, early treatment is required.".