Scrositis often occurs among our male friends. Many people do not have a correct understanding of scrositis, which leads to deterioration of the condition and more serious injury. So what we should know about scrositis in life? Let's take a look at this problem together.
First, let's look at the classification of scrositis.
1. Dermatitis of scrotum. The reason may be related to insufficient vitamin b in diet. Its symptoms are skin redness, exudation, peeling, blisters, pain and itching.
2. Eczema of scrotum. It is mainly caused by the stimulation of sweat and dirt. The symptoms are skin redness, blisters, exudates, scabs, and even rough, which is unbearable.
3. Tinea scrotum. Skin diseases caused by mold infection are often related to dermatophytes in other parts of patients. The phenomenon is that the skin of the scrotum becomes red, papules and blisters appear, and then the skin peels off. The lesion is often ring-shaped and itchy.
Next, we will introduce the measures to prevent scrositis.
1. Choose a high nutrition diet and take vitamin B2 or compound vitamin B.
2. Improve the working environment, ventilation and cooling. Drivers of long-distance buses must change their drivers on time.
3. Do not apply drugs containing pine hormones to prevent the multiplication of miscellaneous bacteria and aggravate skin damage.
4. Frequent cold and damp can relieve itching, diminish inflammation and reduce exudation. The specific method is to soak the towel with clean water, half dry, fold it into four layers, and close to the scrotum. Wash it every three minutes, several times in succession. Apply iodophor or iodoglycerin after itching and exudation stop. Itch and apply again until it recovers.
5. Do not use detergent containing perfume and soap to avoid allergic contact dermatitis.
How should we take care of it everyday?
1. Select appropriate antibiotics
After the symptoms of acute scrotum completely disappear, the chronic scrotum that should continue to be treated for 1-2 weeks should continue to be treated for more than 4 weeks to consolidate the effect. According to our experience, the application of cephalosporins, second-generation silicin and quinolones in the vein is very effective.
2. Local treatment
Berberine ion penetration, enema with 20 ml of 1 ‰ berberine after defecation, wet gauze with this medicine and spread it on the perineum, the anode of the DC electric physiotherapy device, and the cathode on the pubic bone, 20 minutes each time, once a day, 10 times each time. Warm water sitz bath (water temperature 42 ℃) and perineal heating can improve local blood circulation and help diminish inflammation. Avoid sitting too long to avoid pelvic congestion