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Std Skin Peeling
This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
Dermatitis: I would think that either it is due to irritation from friction or a low grade yeast infection. If due to irritation due to friction then a moisterizer and avoiding the friction that is irritatiing the glans will work. If a low grade yeast infection then over the counter Clotrimazole two to three times a day will also work a majority of the time. ...Read more
I have skin peeling away from hair follicles on my shaft and little tiny white spots after alot of sex unprotected with my GF we both have no STDs?
If my tongue breaks out kinda white color of the tip can peel skin off every morning or every other morning do I have std?
Not STD: No STD is a likely cause of symptoms like this. See your doctor for professional advice and diagnosis, but don't worry about STD. If you may be at risk for STD (new partner, partner with other partners, etc), you probably should have routine STD testing, while it's on your mind. But even if something turns up positive, probably it wouldn't explain your mouth problem. Good luck. ...Read more
My skin is peeling next on both inner side of my vaginia when I get out the shower it looks like dried soap I was checked 3/30 no std?
Local reaction: Have you changed soaps? Different condoms? It sounds like a local topical reaction to something. See if you can't determine what might be "different", and causing your symptoms. See your physician if the symptoms don't improve. ...Read more
Which std can cause lips to be chapped and dry gray and then upper Lip get a little dark like the skin wants to peel off?
No STD: No STD is a likely cause of these symptoms. The only remote possibility might be syphilis, which can cause a wide variety of skin problems, which might on rare occasions affect the lips. But even this seems extremely unlikely. You and your doctor need to look into non-STD explanations for this. ...Read more
My vagina is red and itchy and peeling (soft skin not dry or flaky)and has a sour odor. I have been tested for STDs and do not have one. What is wrong?
Hi, the skin around my penis is very peeling and really so itchy with som reddness, is it and STD or not? Is there any medication or creme to apply.
Causes from skin to peel once on and under glans badly 5 years ago leaving skin to this day painfully sensitive thin fragile no STD I'm circumcised?
I am not 100% sure I understand your question - but it sounds like you are asking about a continually painful penile lesion. I think a urologist needs to see that - and probably perform a biopsy to determine what is the problem. I once saw a case of Paget's disease of the genitals which should be on the differential diagnosis here.
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I have redness and my skin is peeling at the top of the skin behind the head of my penis I only had one sexual partner and tested negative for std?
Penile rash: You need to see a physician or urologist to get an answer. ...Read more
What causes skin to crack and peel no itching no STD on penis glans and under leaving severe sensitivity and thin shiny scarred skin under glans?
Heavy discharge, buring of inner vagina lips, peeling of skin outter vagina close to anus, painful no STD doctors keep suggestin herpes but test neg?
Moisturizer: Find a good moisturizer one that says oil free and non- comdeogenic on the label. Some of the products are designed to slowly peel the layers off your face to get rid of whiteheads and blackheads. Be sure you are not scrubbing or washing too aggressively with the products or leaving them on too long. Some dryness is expected. ...Read more
None that I know of.: But I recommend you see a dermatologist. ...Read more
Yes: This is exactly what one should expect from a topical retinoid (differin (adapalene) is a retinoid). In the early studies on this class of medicine the researchers felt that if a patient is not getting red and peeling then the strength of the retinoid is not high enough. This side effect can often resolve or can be alleviated with a simple noncomedogenic moisturizer. Good question. ...Read more
See Md: There are several possible causes of skin irritation/rash on shaft of penis. If you are uncircumcised and you do not often retract the foreskin and clean the area, the old skin cells/oil / debris may cause irritation. Some men get eczema of the area and need steroid cream. It could also be a fungal infection like "jock itch". See your md for a diagnosis and treatment plan. ...Read more
Itchy feet: Dry and itchy scaly feet is usually caused by a fungus and is most likely athletes foot. You need to purchase an over-the-counter antifungal medication and apply to your feet on a daily basis for proximally 3 to 4 weeks. If your symptoms do not resolve you may need a prescription antifungal cream. See a podiatrist for further evaluation. ...Read more
Change treatments.: Differin (adapalene) also comes in cream form - creams are less drying than gels. If the cream still causes peeling, use less of it, or apply it at bedtime, or both. If it still dries your skin, ask your dermatologist for a different treatment. Trying to neutralize a drying skin treatment with moisturizers is an exercise in futility, and defeats the whole purpose. ...Read more
See derm: See dermatologist to get the right treatment. ...Read more
Dryness with meds: Applying an oil free hypoallergenic moisturizer after each cleansing and medication application can help prevent excessive dryness when using facial medications. Some people find that they need to start using medications slowly (skipping days) in the beginning while your skin is adapting to the formulation. ...Read more
Skin changes...: Even though without taking a look at you is difficult to determine exactly what this is, but by the way you are describing your skin changes, it seems to be a dermatitis (skin inflammation), could be seborrhea or eczema. For now try moisturizing cream or petroleum jelly and make an appointment with your doctor in order to get a final diagnosis. ...Read more