The incidence rate of genital herpes is on the rise, which is known as one of the most harmful sexually transmitted diseases in recent years. Genital herpes in men will have many adverse effects on men's normal life. In addition, it will also cause great psychological damage to patients. If you want to cure genital herpes, you need to know the symptoms of male genital herpes. So what are the symptoms of male genital herpes? The following is a detailed summary of STD experts. The details are as follows:
Symptoms of male genital herpes include glans, coronal sulcus, urethral orifice, penis, scrotum, thigh and arm. The clinical manifestations of genital herpes in most male patients with bilateral inguinal lymph node enlargement can be divided into primary and recurrent. Primary refers to the first infection of virus. Generally speaking, the incubation period is about 2 to 10 days from exposure to disease. The disease site has burning sensation. On the basis of erythema, 3~10 clusters of red papules occur quickly. With pruritus, the papule quickly turns into small blisters, and becomes pustules 3 to 5 days later. After rupture, it forms large area of erosion and ulcer, which is painful, and finally scabs and heals. The whole process can be renewed for about 20 days.
The symptoms of male genital herpes often occur in the glans, coronary groove, urethral orifice, penis, scrotum, thigh, arm, etc. When later inflammation affects the urethra and bladder, dysuria, dysuria, frequency of urination, and urinary retention may occur. In addition, other symptoms such as fever, general discomfort, headache, neck rigidity, meningitis and dysfunction of sacral nervous system may also occur.