Five years ago, he was added as a friend by a nearby sister and was fooled into a massage shop because the store launched a hand push essential oil activity. Later, when he went home to take a bath, he found that all his genitals changed color and turned red, because he didn't wash the essential oil at that time and didn't care. The morning puff disappeared a week later, and his erection hardness decreased. Because he was shy and didn't dare to go to the hospital and tell his family, he summoned up the courage to go to the hospital for examination in the next two years, and his white blood cells increased by 3, The doctor said it was chronic prostatitis. He regretted that he didn't treat it in time at that time, leaving sequelae and psychological shadow. May I ask the doctor how much harm the chemical components in the essential oil will have on the penis if they are not treated in time? I'm very worried about the impact of having children in the future
If the application of essential oil has led to the decrease of erection hardness of the penis, it will certainly affect your sexual function. However, no one can know the specific composition of the essential oil, and you don't know it yourself, so it's impossible for anyone to know the specific harm. It's suggested that you observe the harm that has been formed. You need to relax. If you don't alleviate it, you can only accept it
Some chemicals in essential oils may indeed affect the health of men's genitals, so generally do not use such things casually. If you are worried about having a certain impact on giving birth to a child, you can go to the urology department of a regular hospital for semen examination to understand the quality of your sperm.
Your situation may be related to prostatitis. You should pay attention to personal hygiene and take a bath frequently to avoid prolonged exposure to toxic and harmful substances. If your glans is red, swollen and painful, you can consider symptomatic treatment with Jieeryin lotion and antihistamines under the guidance of a doctor. Prostatitis requires symptomatic treatment with oral antibiotics under the guidance of doctors.