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Yes: Phimosis refers to the small size opening of the foreskin. Paraphimosis occurs when the foreskin is retracted and stuck in that position because of a phimosis. Paraphimosis is an urgent problem and requires reduction by an experienced physician. The longer paraphimosis is allowed to persist, the more painful and swollen the foreskin will get and the more difficult it becomes to treat it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: Balanitis is just a term saying there is inflammation on glans penis and would not be necessarily contagious. However, if the inflammation is related with yeast or herpes infection, it would be. So, see Urologist for clarifying the concern individually. Best wish ... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Circumcision: Data regarding the incidence of lichen sclerosus et atrophicus on male genitalia has not been fully researched, however, it appears that men who are circumcised have a much lower risk of developing or suffering from lichen sclerosus. The use of later adult circumcision as a treatment is controversial with some studies suggesting that it is not necessarily helpful. ...Read more
Painful glans penis & forskin. Red rash. Treated for balanitis with no change. Been tested for STD all clear. Forskin can be retracted. Circumcision?
Will clotrimazole 2% cream clear up tight foreskin soreness & redness tight foreskin due to thrush?
Mycolog II: I prefer nystatin with triamcinolone cream to treat the fungal infection and the inflammation. It usually works. If not, a circumcision may be needed. Also, if you are not diabetic, you should be checked for that unless the fungal infection was brought about by antibiotics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No - different area: Gonorrhea in men usually causes a urethritis - which is an infection of the urethra, which is 'inside' the penis - not on the outside. If you are worried about an external dermatitis, it must be something else other than gonorrhea. It could be 'fungus' since I notice you've got 'jock itch' listed above. I suggest you see an ID doc- those doctors specialize in this kind of thing. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I do not know if I had any medical problems such as acute balanoposthitis or phimosis. what else could it be?
Have balanoposthitis, fungal identity unconfirmed but sexually acquired. It is present around urethra too.Cause for concern for internal associations?
Here are ...: Fact: We coexists with all germs, yeasts, and viruses from head to toes. To the penis, the local environment of foreskin and glans penis is just like that of armpits. If the local environment is not friendly for these microorganisms, they exist indolently; if friendly, they enliven. So, make the concerned area unfriendly for them and we will not be sick; healthy lifestyle + adequate local cleaning ...Read more
Pearly papules: Pearly penile papules are tiny bumps that ring the rim of the penis head. They are typically flesh-colored or a little lighter and have a smooth dome shape. Interestingly, they also seem to form in organized rows, like a string of pearls. There are no harmful effects other than some possible sensitivity that may be uncomfortable during sex or other activities. ...Read more
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