Pruritus Of Genital Organs: Disease Bioinformatics
Pruritis is a sensation that causes the desire or reflex to scratch, also known as “itch.” Causes of pruritis in the genital organs can include infection, human papilloma virus, or other sexually transmitted diseases such as herpes, allergic reactions, body lice, or irritation from shaving. Pruritis of the genital organs is a symptom of an underlying condition more often than it is a primary condition, examples include psoriasis or dermatitis. Treatments for Pruritis of the genital organs typically include treatment for the primary condition, or topical creams such as hydrocortisone.
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