Scrotitis is usually caused by pathological factors such as scrotal dampness, scrotal injury, urinary extravasation, diabetes, etc., among which various pathogenic bacteria caused by scrotal dampness are the main ones. Most of the pathogenic bacteria are Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Pseudomonas aeruginosa) and Streptococcus aeruginosa.
Adverse consequences of untreated scrositis
1. Long-term untreated scrositis will lead to the decline of male function, sometimes impotence, premature ejaculation and other dysfunction, and sometimes male complete loss of function, which brings inconvenience to the life of husband and wife, and has a negative impact on family peace.
2. Male scrositis is incurable for a long time, with kidney damage, mental loss, cold body, backache, premature aging and other adverse symptoms.
3. Scrositis is easy to induce various serious diseases. If a man finds himself suffering from scrotum inflammation and does not go to treatment, the inflammation will spread and cause varicocele, prostatitis, endocrine disease, kidney disease, urinary infection disease and other diseases, and in serious cases, it will cause malignant tumors and seriously threaten the life of men.
4. If a man suffers from scrositis and is not treated for a long time, it will change the normal temperature of the testis, which is not conducive to the production and development of sperm, affect the quality of sperm, and the phenomenon of male sperm death and azoospermia will affect the male reproductive function. The possibility of male infertility is very high. In addition, the disease transmits inflammatory pathogens to the spouse through sexual behavior, bringing gynecological diseases to the spouse and endangering the health of the spouse.
There are usually three types of scrotum
1. The erythema type is symmetrically distributed on both sides of the scrotum, about 3 × 4cm in size, with bright red spots on the edge, covered with gray or brown thin scabs, and rough surface. After removing the scab, the reddish skin is exposed without obvious infiltration. When the damage expands, it can fuse at the root of the penis.
2. The papule type starts with several soybean-sized papules on one side of the scrotum, which are significantly higher than the skin, flat, brown thin scab, and then expands, and is densely and symmetrically distributed on both sides of the scrotum suture, about 3 × 4cm, fused into a piece, mostly at the root of scrotum. The coronal sulcus of the penis has irregular, gray-black thick scabs significantly higher than the skin, and the penis has gray scales. There are folliculitis and abscess in pubic bone and groin.
3. Although white papules and silvery scales are rare, they are very typical. The large area in front of the scrotum is composed of flat papules the size of melon seeds, with silvery white and silvery scales falling off.