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Am I More Likely To Get Trichomoniasis From Uncircumsized Penis
Possibly: Trichomonads can live in the sulcus of the penis in the uncircumcised male. This may lead to increased symptoms and passing it on to a partner more easily. It is harder to survive in the circumcised male. They can live in the tip of the penis in both "cut" and "uncut" males. If you are referring to catching it from a female, the same applies. Be safe, use condoms and good hygiene. ...Read more
Not that I know: Hygiene can be a problem in the uncircumcised male who does not regularly retract the foreskin and clean themselves- this may predispose to more potential for local infection and transmission theoretically. Interesting research has found that the risk of a man getting HIV is higher in the uncircumcised male due to special cells in the foreskin which allow easier entry of the virus. ...Read more
I have what seems to be a rash on my penis. It started a week ago after unprotected sex. I am uncircumsized and 19 years old. I talked to my partner and she said she was clean. 2 days after sex I started to get a tingling sensation. When I looked the next
I have several pale white bumps on the shaft of my penis. No pain or itch or anything. Im an uncircumsized 18 y/o virgin male. What could these be?
Likely papules.: Possibly hair follicles and sebaceous (sweat) glands: these are extremely common and a normal part of the skin's anatomy. They are commonly found on the penile shaft, particularly on the ventral surface (underside). ...Read more
I am uncircumsized and a couple months ago I had sex and I started bleeding this happen 3 times out of eight months when it was pulled, back hard from oral I ripped my skin that is attach to my penis. Any worries? But after I started getting on the tip of
Can you tell me if a baby is uncircumsized should the foreskin slide back so that you can clean the head of the penis?
Usually not: Foreskin is naturally adherent to the glans penis at birth and 1% of newborns have a fully retractile foreskin. Foreskin opening is physiologically narrow in most babies up to one year of age. Not abnormal up to and beyonf adge 3-years for foreskin not to retract completely, however the opening should be wide enough to prevent obstruction to urine flow. Only retract foreskin as far as adhesions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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