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Penis Red And Itchy
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
The skin on the shaft and base of my penis became red, itchy, chafed w/no bumps/blisters, 3 days after I clipped in that area.What could this be?
Hello - I have a number of what I believe are bug bites on my legs also seems like on my penis-red, itchy and swollen. Any thoughts on what to do?
Hi i am currentlyusing oratane 30 mg , my penis is red,itchy, white stuff on inside skin and on the ,penis head is this STD or oratane?
Pimple like bumps on pubic hair sore to touch and itchy after using condoms and penis red itchy also. My partner is STD free.?
My boyfriend has a reddish rash around the underside of the head of his penis. It is red and itchy and sometimes has a whitish discharge?
Likely yeast: Sounds like a yeast infection. Needs treated to stop white discharge and for skin to heal. Heavy ointment like desitin (zinc oxide diaper cream) may help improve situation quicker, but "standard" answer is antifungal ointment, couple times/day, likely for 2-6 weeks. Without getting evicted or arrested--"air time" will help some in drying & healing skin + make it inhospitable for yeast. Go condoms--no need to share yeast. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My penis is slightly red and itchy with Verry small bumps like spots I have had it for about 3 days what could this be ? Should I see a doctor
A bit red penis head
itchy,dry n scaly sometimes,
Got better using aleo Vera gel
Tried Fluconizole, doxycycline didn't work
Have it for 2-3months?
Dermatology consult: I would recommend a dermatology consult if you have already tried and antifungal and antibacterial treatment. Sometimes it is difficult to differentiate between a fungal infection vs contact dermatitis vs eczema or other allergic or atopic dermatitis. Since you have had this for 2-3 months, it is time to have a specialist take a look at it if possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer