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Balanitis
Balanitis is inflammation of the glans (head) of the penis. If the foreskin is also inflamed, the condition is called balanoposthitis. Symptoms of balanitis can include penile pain, swelling and itching, a rash on the penis, and a strong-smelling discharge from the penis. The most common cause of balanitis is poor hygiene in uncircumcised males. If the penis isn't properly cleaned underneath the foreskin, bacteria, sweat, dead skin cells, and debris can build up around the glans and lead to inflammation. If an uncircumcised male has phimosis (foreskin that is difficult to retract) and cannot clean under the foreskin, risk of inflammation increases. Other causes of balanitis include dermatitis and infection (yeast infection or sexually transmitted infection). If infection is the cause, treatment will include antibiotic or antifungal medication. If balanitis is severe or recurrent, circumcision may be the best treatment option.

Epispadias
Epispadias is a rare birth defect characterized by a urethra that doesn't fully develop, which results in the inability to pass urine from the body properly. Both boys and girls can be born with epispadias. When it occurs in boys, they are normally born with a short, wide penis that is curved abnormally. Rather than the urethra opening at the tip of the penis, it may open on the top of side of the penis, or it may be open all along the length of the penis. Signs and symptoms of epispadias in males include an abnormal opening in the urethra, a widened pubic bone, an abnormally shaped penis or abnormally curved penis (chordee), reflux nephropathy (backward flow of urine into the kidney), urinary incontinence and urinary tract infections. Cases range from mild to severe. Mild cases may not require surgery, but most cases of epispadias will need to be surgically corrected. The goals of treatment are to maximize the function and length of the penis and to create a more normal appearance of the penis. In cases where the bladder is involved, surgery will also need to create a pathway for urine to pass normally and to help preserve fertility. There are two common surgical techniques to correct epispadias: the modified Cantwell technique and the Mitchell technique.

Hypospadias
Hypospadias is a birth defect in which the opening of the urethra develops on the underside of the penis instead of on the tip. The condition ranges in severity, depending on where the opening forms. Many times, the urethral opening is near the head of the penis. Some boys are born with the opening in the middle of the shaft or the base of the penis, and rarely, boys can be born with the urethral opening below the scrotum. Signs and symptoms of hypospadias include an abnormal urethral opening, chordee (a downward curve of the penis), abnormal spraying during urination and foreskin abnormalities that make the penis appear hooded. Hypospadias is a relatively common problem that has a straightforward diagnosis and treatment. Most men who were born with hypospadias experience normal sexual function as adults if they received treatment. Treatment involves surgical correction to reposition the urethral opening and, in some cases, to straighten the shaft of the penis. Surgery is most often done between the ages of three and 18 months.

Penile cancer
Cancer of the penis, also called penile cancer, almost always begins in the skin cells of the penis. There are five basic types of penile cancer: squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma, basal cell cancer, adenocarcinoma and sarcoma. About 95 percent of all cancers of the penis develop from squamous cells, which are flat skin cells. Cancer that develops from squamous cells is called squamous cell carcinoma. Squamous cell cancers tend to grow slowly, and they can usually be cured if they are found early. Carcinoma in situ, or CIS, is the earliest stage of squamous cell penile cancer. With CIS, cancer is only found in the top layers of the skin on the penis. Melanoma and basal cell cancer each make up less than 2 percent of all penile cancers, and sarcoma and adenocarcinoma, otherwise known as Paget disease of the penis, are even rarer. Penile cancer must be treated. If the cancer is found early, chances are good that the penis can be saved. However, if cancer has spread to deep tissues of the penis, a surgeon may have to perform a penectomy (removal of part or the entire penis) to remove the cancer. Learn more about penile cancer symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment.

Peyronie's disease
Peyronie's disease is a penile condition that develops when scar tissue, called plaque, forms inside the penis and causes erections to be curved and painful. Many men have a slight curve to their erect penis, and it doesn't cause any problems. But when it is painful or the bend is significant, it can lead to erectile dysfunction and may even make sexual intercourse impossible. Signs and symptoms of Peyronie's disease include scar tissue that can be felt under the skin of the penis, a significant bend or curve of the penis, difficulty getting or keeping an erection, pain in the penis, and shortening of the penis. Sometimes Peyronie's disease is mild and doesn't cause significant problems. In that case, treatment may not be necessary. There is also a chance it will improve or even go away on its own without treatment. However, if you have penile pain or the curve of your penis causes problems with sexual intercourse, callBalanitis
Balanitis is inflammation of the glans (head) of the penis. If the foreskin is also inflamed, the condition is called balanoposthitis. Symptoms of balanitis can include penile pain, swelling and itching, a rash on the penis, and a strong-smelling discharge from the penis. The most common cause of balanitis is poor hygiene in uncircumcised males. If the penis isn't properly cleaned underneath the foreskin, bacteria, sweat, dead skin cells, and debris can build up around the glans and lead to inflammation. If an uncircumcised male has phimosis (foreskin that is difficult to retract) and cannot clean under the foreskin, risk of inflammation increases. Other causes of balanitis include dermatitis and infection (yeast infection or sexually transmitted infection). If infection is the cause, treatment will include antibiotic or antifungal medication. If balanitis is severe or recurrent, circumcision may be the best treatment option.

Epispadias
Epispadias is a rare birth defect characterized by a urethra that doesn't fully develop, which results in the inability to pass urine from the body properly. Both boys and girls can be born with epispadias. When it occurs in boys, they are normally born with a short, wide penis that is curved abnormally. Rather than the urethra opening at the tip of the penis, it may open on the top of side of the penis, or it may be open all along the length of the penis. Signs and symptoms of epispadias in males include an abnormal opening in the urethra, a widened pubic bone, an abnormally shaped penis or abnormally curved penis (chordee), reflux nephropathy (backward flow of urine into the kidney), urinary incontinence and urinary tract infections. Cases range from mild to severe. Mild cases may not require surgery, but most cases of epispadias will need to be surgically corrected. The goals of treatment are to maximize the function and length of the penis and to create a more normal appearance of the penis. In cases where the bladder is involved, surgery will also need to create a pathway for urine to pass normally and to help preserve fertility. There are two common surgical techniques to correct epispadias: the modified Cantwell technique and the Mitchell technique.

Hypospadias
Hypospadias is a birth defect in which the opening of the urethra develops on the underside of the penis instead of on the tip. The condition ranges in severity, depending on where the opening forms. Many times, the urethral opening is near the head of the penis. Some boys are born with the opening in the middle of the shaft or the base of the penis, and rarely, boys can be born with the urethral opening below the scrotum. Signs and symptoms of hypospadias include an abnormal urethral opening, chordee (a downward curve of the penis), abnormal spraying during urination and foreskin abnormalities that make the penis appear hooded. Hypospadias is a relatively common problem that has a straightforward diagnosis and treatment. Most men who were born with hypospadias experience normal sexual function as adults if they received treatment. Treatment involves surgical correction to reposition the urethral opening and, in some cases, to straighten the shaft of the penis. Surgery is most often done between the ages of three and 18 months.

Penile cancer
Cancer of the penis, also called penile cancer, almost always begins in the skin cells of the penis. There are five basic types of penile cancer: squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma, basal cell cancer, adenocarcinoma and sarcoma. About 95 percent of all cancers of the penis develop from squamous cells, which are flat skin cells. Cancer that develops from squamous cells is called squamous cell carcinoma. Squamous cell cancers tend to grow slowly, and they can usually be cured if they are found early. Carcinoma in situ, or CIS, is the earliest stage of squamous cell penile cancer. With CIS, cancer is only found in the top layers of the skin on the penis. Melanoma and basal cell cancer each make up less than 2 percent of all penile cancers, and sarcoma and adenocarcinoma, otherwise known as Paget disease of the penis, are even rarer. Penile cancer must be treated. If the cancer is found early, chances are good that the penis can be saved. However, if cancer has spread to deep tissues of the penis, a surgeon may have to perform a penectomy (removal of part or the entire penis) to remove the cancer. Learn more about penile cancer symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment.

Peyronie's disease
Peyronie's disease is a penile condition that develops when scar tissue, called plaque, forms inside the penis and causes erections to be curved and painful. Many men have a slight curve to their erect penis, and it doesn't cause any problems. But when it is painful or the bend is significant, it can lead to erectile dysfunction and may even make sexual intercourse impossible. Signs and symptoms of Peyronie's disease include scar tissue that can be felt under the skin of the penis, a significant bend or curve of the penis, difficulty getting or keeping an erection, pain in the penis, and shortening of the penis. Sometimes Peyronie's disease is mild and doesn't cause significant problems. In that case, treatment may not be necessary. There is also a chance it will improve or even go away on its own without treatment. However, if you have penile pain or the curve of your penis causes problems with sexual intercourse, call your doctor. You may need to take medication, have the scar injected with a medication or have surgery to correct the Peyronie's.. Your doctor may prescribe other medications as well. If your disease is severe and isn't improving on its own or with treatment, surgery may be an option.

Phimosis and paraphimosis
Phimosis is a condition that makes it difficult to retract the foreskin of the penis. Paraphimosis is a condition that makes repositioning the foreskin difficult. Both conditions can occur in boys and men who are uncircumcised (have not had their foreskin removed).

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Penile Cancer

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Penile cancer starts on the skin cells of the penis and can work its way inside.

It’s rare. But it can be treated, especially if it’s found early on.

In the U.S., doctors find it in about 2,100 men each year. If you or someone you love has it, you’ll want to know what your options are.

Causes
Experts don’t know exactly what causes this disease.

Not being circumcised may make it more likely. If bodily fluids get trapped in the foreskin and aren’t washed away, they may contribute to the growth of cancer cells.

Some research suggests that men who are exposed to certain strains of HPV (human papillomavirus) may also be more likely to get penile cancer.

This type of cancer is more common in men over age 60, in smokers, and in those who have a weakened immune system.

Symptoms
Changes in the penis skin are the most common symptom of penile cancer. They can show up on the foreskin of uncircumcised men, or on the penis tip (the glans) or shaft.

Warning signs of the disease can include:

Changes in thickness or color of skin on the penis
A lump on it
A rash or small “crusty” bumps on it; it can look like an unhealed scab.
Growths on the penis that look bluish-brown
Smelly discharge underneath the foreskin
A sore on the penis, which may be bleeding
Swelling at the end of the penis
Lumps under the skin in the groin area
Most men with these symptoms don’t have penile cancer. Instead, it’s an infection or an allergic reaction. Even so, it’s important to get any unusual symptoms on or near your penis checked out right away. Early treatment is best.

Diagnosis
Your doctor will give you a physical exam, talk with you about your symptoms, and may recommend other tests, such as:

A biopsy. The doctor will take a small sample of tissue from a skin lesion on the penis. Lab tests will check it for cancer cells.

Imaging tests, like X-rays, CT scans, ultrasounds, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). These look inside your body for tumors or other signs that cancer has spread.

Treatments
If your cancer is in the early stages, your treatment may include:

A medicine that goes on your skin as a cream
Cryotherapy, a procedure that uses an extremely cold liquid or a device to freeze and destroy tissue that contains cancer
Mohs surgery, in which doctors remove affected skin, one layer at a time, until they reach normal, healthy tissue
Lasers to cut and destroy areas that contain cancer
Circumcision, which is surgery to remove the foreskin. You would have this procedure if you only had cancer in your foreskin.
If your cancer is advanced or has a high risk of spreading, treatment may involve any of the above, and/or:

Surgery to remove some or all o your inguinal lymph nodes if your cancer has spread to them
Radiation and/or chemotherapy to rid your body of cancer cells
A penectomy, which is surgery to remove some or all of your penis
Most treatments for early-stage penile cancer don’t affect your ability to have sex, but chemotherapy and radiation may. Talk to your doctor about possible side effects.

Clinical Trials
Scientists are looking for new ways to treat early and advanced penile cancer in these studies, which test new drugs to see if they're safe and if they work. Clinical trials often are a way for people to try new medicine that isn't available to everyone. Your doctor can tell you if one of these studies might be a good fit for you.

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लहान वयापासूनच मुलांना आंघोळ घालताना लैंगिक अवयव कोणते आहेत आणि त्याची स्वच्छता कशी ठेवली पाहिजे याबाबतचा संवाद पालकांनी मुलांशी साधणे आवश्यक आहे. त्यानंतर येणाऱ्या पौंगडावस्थेमध्ये लैंगिक अवयवांमध्ये होणारे बदल, त्यामागची कारणे आणि हे बदल स्वीकारण्याची मुलांची मानसिक तयारी करून घेण्याची जबाबदारी पालकांनी उत्तमपणे निभावली की मुलांच्या मनामध्ये शंकाकुशंकांचा गुंता वाढत नाही. त्यानंतर येणारा महत्त्वाचा टप्पा म्हणजे तारुण्य. लैंगिक अवयवयांचे आजार आणि त्यांच्या अडचणी या साधारणपणे तारुण्य आणि वैवाहिक आयुष्य या टप्प्यांदरम्यान उद्भवतात.

लैंगिक संबंधांतून पसरणारे आजार लैंगिक संबंधांद्वारे होणाऱ्या जंतुसंसर्गामुळे जे सांसर्गिक आजार होतात. त्यांना लैंगिक आजार म्हणतात. वेगवेगळे जिवाणू किंवा विषाणूंमुळे वेगवेगळ्या प्रकारचे आजार पसरतात.

पुरुषांमध्ये उद्भवणाऱ्या आजारांची लक्षणे.

- लिंगावर पुरळ व फोड येणे.
- लिंगातून पिवळसर स्राव किंवा पू येणे.
- लिंगाला खाज येणे.
- लघवी करताना जळजळ होणे.
- तोंडामध्ये फोड, जखमा, जळजळ किंवा त्वचा लालसर होणे.

अवयवांची स्वच्छता

योनी किंवा लिंगाची स्वच्छता करताना साबण लावण्याऐवजी स्वच्छ पाण्याने धुवावीत. साबण किंवा तत्सम रासायनिक द्रव्यांमध्ये अधिक प्रमाणात सोडा असल्याने लैंगिक अवयवांसाठी घातक ठरू शकतो किंवा त्या भागांमध्ये कोरडेपणा येऊ शकतो. लैगिंक अवयवांच्या स्वच्छतेसाठी बाजारामध्ये उपलब्ध असलेली मलम, द्रावण डॉक्टरांच्या सल्ल्याने वापरावीत.

- मासिक पाळीच्या वेळेस दिवसातून किमान तीन वेळा नॅपकिन बदलावेत. स्वच्छ कपडा वापरणेही आरोग्यासाठी हितकारक असते.
- लैंगिक संबंधांच्या वेळेस संसर्ग होऊ नये यासाठी नेहमी निरोधचा वापर करणे.
- एकापेक्षा जास्त व्यक्तींशी लैंगिक संबंध ठेवणाऱ्या व्यक्तीला तसेच लैंगिक आजार असलेल्या व्यक्तीबरोबर संबंध ठेवणाऱ्या व्यक्तीला रोगाचा संसर्ग होण्याचा अधिक धोका असतो.

हे करू नये

- पेट्रोल, सोडा, लिंबू वापरून लैंगिक आजार बरे होतात, असा गैरसमज आहे. तेव्हा याचा वापर कदापि करू नये. याच्या वापराने आजाराचे प्रमाण वाढण्याची शक्यता आहे.
- या आजारांमध्ये हकीम किंवा भगत यांच्याकडे उपचार घेण्यास जाऊ नये.

हे अवश्य करा

- वरीलपैकी लैगिंक अवयवांच्या कोणत्याही तक्रारीसाठी फॅमिली डॉक्टरांचा सल्ला घ्यावा,
- औषधांच्या दुकानांमध्ये जाऊन परस्पर औषधे घेऊ नयेत. काही आजारांची लक्षणे सारखी असली तरी त्यासाठीची औषधे वेगवेगळी असतात. त्यामुळे डॉक्टरांच्या सल्लय़ानेच औषधे घ्यावीत.
- बाहेरील लक्षणे पूर्णपणे बरी झाली असली तरी डॉक्टरांनी ठरवून दिलेल्या कालावधीपर्यंत औषधे घ्यावीत. औषधे संपल्यानंतर आजार बरा झाला आहे का याची खात्री - डॉक्टरांकडून करून घ्या.
- लैंगिक अवयवांच्या आजाराबाबत भीती किंवा लाज न बाळगता समुपदेशक किंवा डॉक्टरांशी खुलेपणाने चर्चा करा.

वेळेवर उपचार न केल्यास काय होऊ शकते?

- लैंगिक आजार झालेला असल्यास एचआयव्हीची बाधा होण्याची शक्यता ५ ते २० टक्कय़ांनी जास्त असते.
- वंध्यत्व येऊ शकते.
- गरोदर स्त्रीला लैंगिक आजार असल्यास बाळासही आजार होण्याची शक्यता असते. वेळेत उपचार न केल्यास बाळाला अपंगत्वही येऊ शकते.
- वारंवार अशा संसर्गामुळे गर्भाशयाचा कर्करोग होण्याची शक्यता असते.

# लैगिंक आजार आणि त्यांची लक्षणे

परमा (गोन्होरिया) – पुरुषांमध्ये लिंगामधून दुर्गंधीयुक्त स्राव किंवा पू येणे, स्त्रियांमध्ये योनीमार्गातून दुर्गंधीयुक्त स्राव येणे, लघवी करताना जळजळ व दुर्गंधीयुक्त स्राव येणे.

ट्रयाकोमोनस व्हजायनाटीस- स्त्रियांच्या योनीमार्गातून दुर्गंधीयुक्त स्राव येणे, अनियमित मासिक स्राव, योनीला खाज येणे. स्त्रियांना लैंगिक संबंधांच्या वेळेस दुखणे.

गरमी (सिफिलिस) – पुरुषांमध्ये लिंगावर, अंडकोषावर किंवा गुदद्वारावर जखम किंवा पुरळ, फोड येणे, स्त्रियांमध्ये योनीमध्ये किंवा योनीवर गुदद्वारावर जखम होणे, लिंगावर किंवा आजूबाजूला सतत सूज येणे.

मृदवण- स्त्रियांमध्ये ओटीपोटात दुखणे, योनीमध्ये किंवा योनीवर गाठ, पुरळ किंवा फोड येणे, पुरुषांमध्ये लिंगावर जखमा होणे, लिंगाला सूज येणे.

कोंडीलोमा लॅटा – गुदद्वारामध्ये जखम होणे, भेगा पडणे, लालसर होणे, रक्त येणे, खाज येणे, चट्टे येणे.

ल्युकोप्लाकिया – तोंडामध्ये डाग पडणे, जखमा होणे, भेगा पडणे, लालसर होणे.

मोनालियासीस – स्त्रियांच्या योनीमार्गातून दुर्गंधीयुक्त स्राव येणे, अनियमित मासिक स्राव, योनीला खाज येणे. स्त्रियांना लैंगिक संबंधावेळेस दुखणे.

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पुरुष जननेंद्रियाच्या अवयवांचे ट्यूमर

पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग लक्षण
खालील वैशिष्ट्ये पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग दर्शवितात:
- गळती
- अल्सर
- पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय विकृती
- जखमेतून सोडणे
- सूज लिम्फ नोड्स
- वेदना
- पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय पासून रक्तस्त्राव
- मूत्र उत्तीर्ण करण्यात अडचण
- वजन कमी होणे

पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग चे साधारण कारण
पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग चे साधारण कारणे खालीलप्रमाणे आहेत:
- मानवी पॅपिलोमाव्हायरस (एचपीव्ही) संक्रमण

पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग साठी जोखिम घटक
खालील घटक पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग ची शक्यता वाढवू शकतात:
- जननांग विवांचा इतिहास किंवा मानव पॅपिलोमाव्हायरसचा इतिहास (एचपीव्ही)
- धूम्रपान
- पुरुषाला दुखापत
- स्वच्छता न ठेवणे

पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग टाळण्यासाठी संभव आहे?
होय, पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग प्रतिबंधित करणे संभव आहे. खालील गोष्टी करून प्रतिबंध करणे शक्य आहे:
- चांगले जननेंद्रिय स्वच्छता
- लैंगिक भागीदारांची संख्या मर्यादित करणे
- एचपीव्ही संसर्ग टाळण्यासाठी कंडोम वापरणे
- धूम्रपान टाळा

पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग ची शक्यता आणि प्रकरणांची संख्या खालीलप्रमाणे जगभरात प्रत्येक वर्षी दिसली आहेत:
- 1 के - 10 के प्रकरणांमध्ये फारच दुर्मिळ

सामान्य वयोगट
पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग खालील वयोगटात सर्वात सामान्यपणे आढळते:
- वय> 50 वर्षे

सामान्य लिंग
पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग खालील लिंगात सर्वात सामान्यपणे आढळते:
- पुरुष

प्रयोगशाळेतील चाचण्या आणि प्रक्रियांचा वापर पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग शोधण्यासाठी केला जातो:
- शारीरिक परीक्षा: कर्करोगाचे लक्षण आणि लक्षणे तपासण्यासाठी
- वाढीची बायोप्सीः कर्करोगाच्या चिन्हे तपासण्यासाठी

पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग च्या निदान साठी वैदय
जर रुग्णांना पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग चे लक्षण असतील तर खालील तज्ञांना भेट द्यावे:
- ऑन्कोलॉजिस्ट

उपचार न केल्यास पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग च्या अधिक समस्या गुंतागुंतीची होते?
होय, जर उपचार न केल्यास पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग गुंतागुंतीचा होतो. पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग वर उपचार न केल्यास, उद्भवणार्या गुंतागुंती आणि समस्यांची सूची खाली दिली आहे:
- कर्करोग शरीराच्या इतर भागांमध्ये पसरतो.

पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग वर उपचार करण्यासाठी खालील पद्धतींचा उपयोग केला जातो:
- शस्त्रक्रिया: कर्करोग कापून काढण्यासाठी आणि काढून टाकण्यासाठी
- रेडिएशन थेरपीः कर्करोगाच्या पेशी नष्ट करण्यासाठी उच्च-शक्तीयुक्त क्ष किरणांचा वापर करते.
- केमोथेरपीः कर्करोगाच्या पेशी नष्ट करणे.

खालीलप्रमाणे आत्म-काळजी किंवा जीवनशैलीत बदल पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग च्या उपचार किंवा व्यवस्थापनास मदत करू शकतात:
- कंडोमचा वापर: एचपीव्ही संबंधित पेनिलाइल कर्करोगाविरूद्ध संरक्षणात्मक
- चांगले जननेंद्रिय स्वच्छताः पुरुषाला दररोज पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय, स्क्रोटम आणि फोरसीक धुणे, बॅलेनायटिस आणि पेनिल कैंसर टाळता येते.
- धूम्रपान टाळा: पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोगाचा धोका कमी करा.

पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग संसर्गजन्य आहे का?
होय, पुरुषाचे जननेंद्रिय कर्करोग संक्रामक असल्याचे माहीत आहे. हे खालील माध्यमांद्वारे लोकांमध्ये पसरू शकते.
- लैंगिक संपर्काद्वारे पसरणे

प्रतिबंध:
- जिव्हाळ्याच्या भागांना दिवसातून दोन वेळा झुकवा आणि प्रत्येक संभोगानंतर गिळंकृत होणे अशा प्रकारे टाळा अशा स्राव काढून टाका
- आयुष्याच्या बाराव्या वर्षादरम्यान प्राथमिकतेने पौगंडावस्थेतील एंट्री-एचपीव्ही लसीकरण करा.
- कंडोमचा पद्धतशीरपणे वापर करा, जी प्राथमिकतेमध्ये वापरली जावी;
- सोओरेल आणि यूवी किरण थेरपी बाबतीत जननेंद्रियाच्या ऊती काळजीपूर्वक समाविष्ट ठेवा
- या उपचारांमुळे, कंडरोगाचा उपचार करण्याकरिता वापरला जातो, पेनिल कर्करोग होण्याचा धोका वाढू शकतो.
- धूम्रपान करू नका. धूम्रपान शरीराचा डीएनए नष्ट करतो, ऑन्कोजेनिक पेशींमध्ये परिवर्तन होतो.

Dr. DHOLARIYA JAYANTILAL
Dr. DHOLARIYA JAYANTILAL
MD - Allopathy, Family Physician, 8 yrs, Ujjain
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Dr. Snehal Toke
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Dr. Vidya Deore
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Dr. Ganesh  Jangam
Dr. Ganesh Jangam
BHMS, Homeopath Family Physician, 8 yrs, Pune
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Dr. Suhel Shaikh
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