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Home Remedies For Penis Scar
Here are some...: Penis scar may refer to 2 situations: Externally, to tissue change after skin injury, and internally, maybe to scar-like tissue change (with fibrosis) in Peyronie's disease or after its related corrective surgery. So, what is it referred to? Ask urologists for evaluation and counseling timely. ...Read more
I have a penis scar and I want to know if there's anything than can I use like cream that can help reduce or even eliminate my scars..
Depends on cause: Soem scars may not be capable of being removed only improved. The treatment will depend on the cause and extent of the scar. Precipipating factors such as stds should be treated first to prevent recurrence. ...Read more
Is cocoa butter can eliminate or make the scars less noticeable? I have a penis scar I bought vaseline cocoa butter bec. They say that it's effective
Is it possible to remove a penis scar that's runs from the tip to the bottom, near the testicles, it almost looks like a vein that runs top to bottom?
Assessment: It sounds like you are uncertain as to what this structure is. Would encourage you to consult with an urologist. ...Read more
See a Urologist: Post traumatic scars are usually manged the same as other scars by use of scar creams or silicone gel sheets but some patients can develop areas of redness and thickening that may represent a disease process and should be best evaluated and addressed by a urologist so seek a consultation with a urologist. ...Read more
I have a scar on penis from getting penis caught in pants zipper. How can I remove or blend it in? Just doesn't look good. Roy,
Penis scar: Hello ~ its probably best thing to go and see a Urologist and let him decide whether this should be treated with surgical excision or if a scar softening ointment should be used. It depends on how big and how dense the scar tissue is and only an examination can tell you that. Thanks ...Read more
It depends: There are many different types of scars and nearly as many ways to treat them. Depending on the scar, it may be as simple as using a cream/bleaching agent to fade or as complex as surgery. It is best to have a specialist such as a plastic surgeon evaluate/treat your scar. Some urologists also are experts in this. ...Read more
Why?: Removing a scar is not possible. You simply replace it with a new one. Why do you ask? If the scar causes pain with erection perhaps you need to open up the scar and place a skin graft. If your penis is crooked then perhaps the problem is below the surface and there are treatments for that. If everything's working ok and you don't like the way it looks you should consider leaving it alone. ...Read more
Rule out other mass: The first question is whether this is in fact a scar or a lesion. It would be wise to see the urologist to be sure that it is not something more worrisome. It is important to know how long it has been there, what the initial injury was, and whether it is painful. Penile skin usually scars very well by 6 monthes; therefore, it is important to have this evaluated to determine if treatment is needed, . ...Read more
Will the bumps on my penis from scabies bites scar? They have been there for weeks now after the treatment. They are not itchy at all.
I have atrophic scars on the glans penis, like acne boxcar scars, shallow/flat. Can I get them laser resurfaced like treatment for papules? Options?
Scars of the glans:
from your question I did not get the sense that you had pain from the scars.
I recommend against any further ablative treatments to the skin of the penis. This is a very sensitive part of your body and any ablative therapies such as laser resurfacing or more caustic treatments could reduce sensibility to this organ. Good luck.
Dan downey M.D.
Downey plastic surgery
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I removed a sabaceous cyst on penis by compressing a warm towl on it, and its left a purple scar? Any home remedies for it and is it dangerous?
Not to worry:
This is normal as compressing the syst may have led to a little bleeding under the skin. If it is not gone in 10 days consult your Dr.
Do not panic, please ...Read more
Find out the cause: Of the burning and swelling by seeing your doc. Then you will be in a better position to treat the situation. Maybe an infection. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Any home treatment for skin colored bumps in penis head? I can see it clearly if it erected. If erected head color comes red.
I have many boils on my penis for some 4-5 months. ....how to get rid of it? ...should I consult a doctor or is there any home remedy for it? ...please
See urologist...: If indeed they're recurrent boils, those are usually related with recurrent infected sebaceous cysts, which are prone to develop in few men. To get rid of them is possible. But you should seek pro-evaluation and counseling timely to balance and decide medical necessity and professional possibilities. So, go to see Doc and don't cut yourself. And there is no effective home remedy available... ...Read more
Nothing is perfect..: But please be aware that scars will fade with time and take 6-12 months to mature. In the meantime, avoid sunburn or suntan while the scar is still pink. Otc medications such as Mederma may help to improve the appearance of the scar. Scars often look their worst about 6 weeks after the injury. If the appearance worsens after that, you may want to see your doctor. ...Read more
Yes a few options: Yes, but in the meantime consider avoidance of sun exposure with sunscreens, topical silastic gel sheeting, scar massage, and pressure therapy. If the scar continues to grow beyond 6 weeks, consider steroid injections. Also consider e use of skin bleaching agents for hyperpigmentation scars. Ultimately surgery may be necesssary. ...Read more
Improve, not remove.:
Scars cannot be removed but there is a large variety of techniques to improve their appearance, both surgical and non-surgical. They also improve with time. See a dermatologist or board-certified plastic surgeon to evaluate your options.
Good luck! ...Read more
Excellent wound care: Good home remedy of a scar begns with excellent and meticulous care of the initial wound causing the scar. In general. Clean, moist wounds whose edges are well approximated under minimal tension will tend to produce optimal scarring. Gentle cleansing of a contaminated wound with subsequent moist dressings will general produce the least prominent scar. Scar massage/pressure/occlusion may help. ...Read more
Is there a home treatment that I can use to treat dark spots or other scars? Is laser treatment expensive?
Yes: There are chemicals that you can apply at home to treat dark spots. They must be prescribed by your plastic surgeon or dermatologist. ...Read more