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Have injected some yellow liquid into penis to enlarge, its swollen and have bumps. Is it cancer?

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I have injected some asian yellow liquid nto m penis to enlarge it but now its swollen and have bumps time time. It will go away hen cones back being swollen and having bumps? Im afraid is it tumor/ cancer etc... what should i do ?? Surgery??
Posted Fri, 24 May 2013 in General Health
Answered by Dr. Luchuo Engelbert Bain 2 hours later
Hi and thanks for the query,

There is a fundamental notion you need to understand, and certainly stop being to nervous or in a state of panic. When any foreign substance goes into your body, the body naturally responds through what is called an inflammatory reaction. When it stays for quite some time, it becomes a chronic inflammatory process. The body reacts by producing tissue to surround the foreign body from spreading, or by sending specific white blood cells to this area to destroy this body.

In your case, what you injected certainly caused an inflammatory process characterized by the swelling, at times redness and pain.

In your case, I suggest use of topical and injectable steroids would actually help. However, a good clinical evaluation is mandatory to rule out a local infection before these drugs can be applied.
Seeing your sexologist might be of help too.

Thanks and hope this helps,
Feel free asking any other questions if need be. will be honored contributing to your well being.

Best regards,
Dr Luchuo, MD.
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Follow-up: Have injected some yellow liquid into penis to enlarge, its swollen and have bumps. Is it cancer? 3 hours later
By seeing a primary dr theyre can b a cure? The lump or swollen sometimes can be very hard and feels like a soft bone
Answered by Dr. Luchuo Engelbert Bain 1 hour later
Hi and thanks for the query,
I suggest your primary care physician could be of help. What you describe does not sound too serious to deserve so much specialized care.
With a good clinical examination and management scheme, your primary care physician would be probably be of much and sufficient help to you.
Thanks and best regards,
Luchuo, MD.
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