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Old Jun 22nd 2021, 08:08 PM   #1
 
  Jun 2021
  london
Mango abscess, a serious sexually transmitted disease

In today's society, it is found that most people have a lot of sexually transmitted diseases. If you think of having fun that is not bonded and doesn't know how to prevent it, be careful of the risk of contracting a disease and possibly even death. Today we bring another disease caused by sex to leave each other. that is mango pox (Lymphogranuloma Venereum: LGV) Let's get to know each other to prevent it before it's too late.

What is a Mango Abscess (Lymphogranuloma Venereum : LGV)?
Mango abscess (Lymphogranuloma venereum) is a type of sexually transmitted disease. The disease is caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis bacterium. This bacteria enters the skin and causes genital ulcers. The inguinal lymph nodes become swollen, forming a large abscess. will feel a lot of pain Most of this disease is caused by homosexuality between a man and a man. not wearing condoms and having multiple sexual partners, etc.

What are the symptoms of mango pox?
Symptoms of the disease can be divided into 3 stages:

- Stage 1 Primary LGV (wound stage) starts to disappear on its own within 2-3 days, which is because there is no pain or pain. Therefore, patients often do not notice.
- Stage 2 Secondary LGV (abscess stage). Later, the patient's first nodes will have blisters, blisters, or small, superficial lesions on the genitals first. Or it may occur in the testicles or anus. without pain or pain The lymph in the groin will swell, form a large abscess, and become so painful that you may not be able to walk. In the middle is a fibrous groove similar to the groove of a mango. Therefore, this disease is called “mango abscess”, which may be on one side or both sides. And the skin around the abscess will be inflamed with swelling, redness, and heat. if not treated The abscess may subside on its own in a few weeks or months. But some abscesses may burst into many holes and ooze pus until it becomes a chronic wound.
- Stage 3 Tertiary LGV. This stage may occur after 20 years of infection. Patients will have symptoms of enteritis. anal itching Pus and bleeding from the rectum, pain in the rectum, decreased stool size, weight loss, and possibly narrowing of the rectum or rectum, a lump like a hemorrhoid.
How to treat mango pox
Mango pox treatment uses two methods of treatment as follows:

drug treatment

- The doctor will prescribe antibiotics. acethromycin (Azithromycin) to patients with mango pox. 500 mg of erythromycin 4 times a day for 20-30 days.
surgery

- Patients with a mango pox with an abscess or enlarged lymph node may need to pierce the skin to remove the fluid from the abscess. However, some patients with rectal stenosis or other severe complications require surgery.

How to prevent mango pox

- Avoid having sex with people who have the disease. This is the best way to prevent mango pox.
- Avoid nightlife or promiscuity And if sleeping with someone suspected of having the disease, you should always wear a condom.
- Should keep the genitals clean (wash with soap) immediately after sex every time (drinking water before sex and urinating immediately after sex or bleaching soap immediately after sex May help reduce the infection to some extent. But it won't work for everyone.)
- Taking antibiotics for prophylaxis after sex may have some effect. but must use the same type and dosage as the one used to treat which is not worth it Wait for symptoms to show up and then be unable to heal.
- Always exercise and stay healthy by maintaining basic hygiene. (National health law)

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