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What are the signs and symptoms of a penile fungal/thrush infection and if i had one would using clotrimozole 2 times daily for 2 weeks had madebetter?
See answer: Fungal infections of penis primarily occur in uncircumcised men and affect the head of the penis and foreskin (balanoposthitis). More common in diabetics, primarily because fungi grow best in moist environments with sugar. Symptoms: redness, swelling, soreness, whitish discharge, and splitting of foreskin. Treatment: proper hygiene, antifungal cream (e.g. Clotrimazole), or oral med (fluconazole). ...Read more
DERMATITIS: It will take a few days to a week. ...Read more
Thrush and others: If you are uncircumcised, a yeast infection (thrush) could do this, but so could be "nonspecific" banalitis, bacterial overgrowth, or other causes. Best to be professionally evaluated. Or you could try simple hygiene first -- retract foreskin and wash with soap and water twice a day -- then get care if it doesn't clear up in a few days. ...Read more
My gf and I are being treated for thrush. I have had no symptoms. Today i had a white discharge from the tip of my penis. Can this b caused by thrush?
I have a sticky penis head and swollen penis & scrotum. I've been treated for chlamydia, thrush & NSU but still have these symptoms. ?
A Sticky Subject...: This "sticky penis," is it sticky on the outside?Or sticky stuff coming out of it?Have you been tested for diabetes? Do you follow meticulous personal hygiene? Do you exercise a lot? Sit in one position at work for hours? Any allergies?Gettin' it in the wrong places?? Seen a Urologist?A Dermatologist?Believe it or not, try exposure to sunlight for 20 minutes twice a day.Oh, I forgot, it's England ...Read more
Canidada: This is chronic colonization with the same "fungus" normally present in the female vagina. The is a "yeast" infection of the penis. It will never go away completely because the "yeast" is always there- like bacteria in your nose or under fingernails. A circumcision is the long-term cure but I usually suggest "Desenex athlete's Foot powder, not ointment as long term treatment to prevent outbreaks ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Penile thrush recurring 2 years. Use OTC fungal cream, thrush recurs if i don't apply for more than 3 days. Glans is scaly, dry, red. How can I treat?
I went to the docs regarding penile thrush, I have a prescription for cream, but she didn't answer about the stomach cramps etc, are they linked?
Unlikely: I can't put the two issues together. Your skin condition is an external event & unrelated to digestive issues. ...Read more
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