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Experiencing pain and redness on penis head for two months constantly, what skin/genital issues could cause this?
Saw urologist May 23. Nothing wrong? But I have redness of penis and two brown spots which urologist saw. seem to have rash now Should i go back?
Penis rash: At this point you should see a Dermatologist to evaluate the problem on your penis.We evaluate these problems all the time. ...Read more
What is this problem im having when having sexual foreplay with painful redness on penis? I keep having this painful redness after sexual foreplay on the underside of my penis and onto the top of my scrotum. It will be red the rest of the night and sore
This : This is a rough problem for you that hopefully we can easily solve. First i need to know what you mean by foreplay? How much friction and for how long is this area involved? When you do other activities does this painful redness occur. Does the pain occur immediately or after you have stopped? It may be something as simple as a skin sensitivity or a mild fungal irritation. ...Read more
Redness on penis glans and tiny dots can be seen on glans when erect. Currently using clotrimazole and hydrocortisone no improvement. What can this be?
Red Patch on Penis: A red patch on the head of the penis can arise for several reasons. If you are not circumcised, this could be inflammation, called balanitis. Steroid creams help. If you have started any new meds, it could be a fixed drug eruption. Stopping the meds helps, but it is a harmless event. If it is growing in size and doesn't respond to the above in a week or two, i recommend a urological evaluation. ...Read more
One boy i care for constantly has an inflamed red penis. Two years old and uncircumsised. What can cause this?
Infection/irritation: Infection or irritation can both trigger an angry red penis in a 2yr old. It is difficult to advise you without examining the toddler; this requires a "hands on" evaluation to determine the cause then the proper intervention. Call the mother & tell her that you will go with her to see the boy's pediatrician if she is embarrassed or unsure of herself. The child may need antibiotics or minor surgery. ...Read more