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Itchy sensation and puffy foreskin around penis?

Itchy sensation and puffy foreskin around penis?

Trauma: Sounds as though you have had some friction to the penis. This is common with both masturbation and with vaginal intercourse. Try an ice pack or cold pack for a few minutes and observe. If this is persistent, get seen and find out if there is an allergic reaction, infection or other issue. Poison oak and ivy are common to get on the penis. This will need specific treatment by a doctor. ...Read more

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Foreskin (Definition)

Or prepuce is skin which covers the penile glans. It is ...Read more


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What causes foreskin to get all puffy?

Friction, allergy: Infection, venous thrombosis. Short answer would be most common, i.E from sex, masturbation or possible allergy to soap or powder. Worth consulting your doctor if not friction or allergy which you can recognize. ...Read more

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My penis is red and abit sore on one side... And my inner foreskin isvery red and itchy... This happened after I finish pee and feel irritating...

Here are some ...: More specifics of your concerns would help make a more accurate Dx. So, collect & bring the information on the onset, degree, duration, interval, & progress of all symptoms over time to Doc for analysis, physical exams, possible tests, etc. so to deduce possible Dx for proposing reasonable Rx. But, current limited info might suggest: recurrent chronic inflammation/infection of foreskin...See, Doc. ...Read more

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Itchy sensation and puffy foreskin around penis?

Trauma: Sounds as though you have had some friction to the penis. This is common with both masturbation and with vaginal intercourse. Try an ice pack or cold pack for a few minutes and observe. If this is persistent, get seen and find out if there is an allergic reaction, infection or other issue. Poison oak and ivy are common to get on the penis. This will need specific treatment by a doctor. ...Read more

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The tip of my penis its itchy on tthe tip of foreskin with rash?

The tip of my penis its itchy on tthe tip  of foreskin with rash?

Many possibilities: These are many possible causes of such a condition, so it is best to have your fp look at the rash & undertake treatment. Some possibilities include herpes, yeast infection, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis…. ...Read more

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Hi . My penis foreskin is very itchy everytime. How do I deal with this.

Smegma or yeast: Smegma, which is a combiation of dead exfoliated cells from inner foreski 7 glans + oily secretion + moisture can irritate both glans & covering foreskin. This needs to cleaned on a daily or twice daily basis. Any tightness of foreskin will increase discomfort & itchiness. Yeast on head of penis& under foreskin can be very itchy. This will respond to anti-fungal cream or powder. Good luck. ...Read more

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What could this be. I have redness/creamy stuff around penis under foreskin itchy and painful if I pull foreskin back.

What could this be. I have redness/creamy stuff around penis under foreskin itchy and painful if I pull foreskin back.

Balanitis: Swelling/redness/creamy discharge of the head of the penis is likely due to a bacterial or fungal infection. Practicing proper hygiene will add in its prevention and possibly resolution. ...Read more

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Ihave a itchy bump on the foreskin of my penis i don't know how i got it will it go away i'm a virgin and i just got it yesterday i'm worried i'm 17?

Ihave a itchy bump on the foreskin of my penis i don't know how i got it will it go away i'm a virgin and i just got it yesterday i'm worried i'm 17?

Give it time : The most common cause of lesion on the penis is a sexually transmitted infection which doesn`t seem to be the case with you. Most likely you have had a nonspecific allergic reaction or hypersensitivity reaction. Use some non irritating lotion and give it a few days to resolve. If it becomes larger, painful or persists see a doctor. ...Read more