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Penis Skin Treatment
I never use to have papules on the head of my penis why now? Is there treatment , will it stop and not grow in size?
I got 1 molluscum contagiosum bump on the right side of my penis head... Its been there for 4 years and hasnt left.. What treatment is available?
Cryotherapy: It can be frozen off with liquid nitrogen. ...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.
Dr. I feel pain in penis head, sometime its severe and also a burning sensation + pain in anus. Why this pain is and what's the treatment?
See a urologist: May have prostate infection.Get a more detailed answer ›
What gets rid of "post scabie nodules" on penis head and shaft they go away and come back. done treatment twice. It's Seriously affecting my life!!!
Seriously: get to a dermatologist for definitive diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
I have tight frenulum and my penis head is getting bent down When I pull foresking back. What schools be the treatment ?
Clip: your primary provider could release the tight frenulum or refer you to a urologist if it is severe. ...Read more
21 yr old male i am afraid i have Frenulum breve. the penis head bends backwards when erect. is there a treatment without surgery?
Woke up and found a small soft lump red, fill with blood? Minor pain to touch. On left side of my penis head under the foreskin what is it? Treatment?
My penis has litle red dots all over the head. I have no itchyness or anything. My girlfriend has treatment for yeast infection.
I masturbated more than once in one sitting with no lubricant and i don't have foreskin and now i have a red bump on the head of my penis. treatment?
Here are some ...: Based on what you described, it's reasonable to leave your penis alone but keeping it clean and dry without further physical stimulation for at least 5-7 days so to let the Nature heal what you incurred to your penis as long as getting better day by day. If not, seek pro-evaluation & counseling timely. ...Read more
I have a rash on the corona of my penis and the head. I've been treating as a yeast infection I was just wondering what arevthe signs of the treatment working?
Rash goes away.: If the medicine works, the rash will go away, usually within 10 days. If you have not seen any improvement after three to five days, get seen by a doctor to be sure you do have a fungal infection. There are other causes of rashes besides yeast. If you have had unprotected sex, get checked for std's. Also, avoid scented products and harsh soaps/detergents/fabric softeners. Don't over-scrub. ...Read more
Would adding a couple of drops of vinegar to ketoconazole cream be helpful in treatment of yeast infection on penis? Is vinegar harmful to skin
I have a rash on the head and around the rim of my penis. No itch. No skin raised. Mild soreness. I think it might be a yeast infection? Treatment?
See a doctor: Genital skin problems are quite common and there are too many possibilities to make even an educated guess. No STD is a likely cause of such a rash, but that's about all that can be said. See a doctor -- and avoid any self treatment before you are seen, which could make diagnosis more difficult. ...Read more
Is it normal for skin on the head of the penis to turn white and wrinkly(slight pain)after genital wart treatment? I´ve been applying Podophyllotoxin
Here are some ...: What you've observed on the glans penis is normally expected but unique since the healing ability widely varies, evolves, and matures over a variable duration among the life of all individuals. So, time & patience are what you need. If still anxious, seek timely evaluation & counseling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lots of Fordyce spots on penis shaft right up to the head. Also lots of hair follicles in some of them. Do I consult my doctor about treatment for it?
Not necessary ...: Fordyce spots are ectopic sebaceous glands, which are not related with hair follicles. Normally, every hair follicle has its own sebaceous gland to go with it but invisible; however, some may be hyperactive so to grow their size bigger becoming visible like pimples. Usually, no care for them is needed as long as they don't hurt you and not mentally bother you. So, it's not practically necessary.. ...Read more