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Water Blister On Foreskin Penis
BLISTERS ON PENIS: How long have you been developing these blisters? Are you sure they are blisters? Masturbation can cause them from vigorous rubbing. Also can occur during prolonged sexual intercourse. People sometimes confuse "blisters" with small papules (growths) that could be any number of harmless conditions. See a dermatologist who will allay any fears you may have. ...Read more
Dry pale skin on penis I'm circumcised at birththat peeled on glans and under leaving scarring hypersensitivity had biopsy glans is shiny on erection?
Penile lesion: Please click on this link for a detailed listing of different skin disorders involving penile skin. http://www.aafp.org/afp/2010/0115/p167.html A biopsy will be your best bet to get a definite answer. To me it sounds like you may have lichen sclerosus, also known as balanitis xerotica obliterans. Please see your doctor. ...Read more
Need a direct look: Oftentimes what you saw is long foreskin-related inflammation / infection. But, a direct look at them is essential to derive a diagnosis. So, seek evaluation / counseling timely. How to have healthcare process done rightly? Follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; then you can work closely with doc so to deduce right diagnosis for right treatment. Best... ...Read more
A urologist visit: Is in order. A cleanser, probably not betadine, is in order but obtaining a diagnosis is a more pressing need. ...Read more
No: I am puzzled as to why anyone would want to shave there. It is a silly fad which you will drop as you become an adult. ...Read more
Do they go away?: If these bumps go away in the next few days, it is likely that they are from the friction of intercourse and are NOT dangerous. If they are blisters (water-filled), wart-like, bleed, hurt, or persist, please see your doctor as they could be something that requires treatment, such as a sexually transmitted disease, or other illness. Good health! ...Read more
Here are some ...: Your most reasonable bid to effectively care for what you described is go to see a urologist who will review the story about what you have experienced and decide if trying topical Rx with antifungal - steroid cream + heighten topical hygiene would help control what you got or if circumcision be the way to go for long-term care. So, seek pro-evaluation and counseling timely. ...Read more
Need to be seen!: Best thing to do is to have it checked by a dermatologist. If the small bumps are dome shaped with a central dimple, it could be molluscum contagiosum. This is a skin rash caused by a viral infection that can spread by sexual contact. Early lesions on the genitalia may be mistaken for herpes or warts but, unlike herpes, these lesions are painless. Have it checked and diagnosed. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Penile papules under penis tip. No discomfort til partner pubic hairs scraped it. Stings, a bit swollen and sensitive. Not uncircumcised. No discomfort during sex. Hurts foreskin pulled back when dry.
See urologist ...: Normal healthy frenulum of glans penis & foreskin will not tear at erection /coitus except there is chronic inflammation with long redundant foreskin. So, see urologist so to decide what can be the underlying reason of possible correction. Meanwhile, keep the area as clean and dry as possible. ...Read more
Shaved pubic area, pimple with pus head, popped it. Pimple stays, then 5 small blisters on penis. Scabs form next day, heal in 6 days, wife has hsv2?
11 uncircumsied boy found tiny bit of cream coloured discharge on nappy. Tip of penis bit red. Used sudocream on balls other day only. Urgent see doc?
See answer: Not unusual to have minor irritations of the penis especially if the penis is not completely circumcised. In such cases a whitish, cheesy-like substance called smegma is normally produced by the glands of the penis to help the foreskin adhesions to break apart which is normal and usually associated with some redness. Normal soap and water hygiene is all that is needed. If worsens, then see md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rash: It sounds like you are being exposed to something you are allergic to. Try to find out the trigger. In the meantime, avoid popping them and apply Benadryl (diphenhydramine) or a mild hydrocortisone cream. See your doctor for confirmation. It is difficult to diagnose this with certainty over the Internet. All the best and I hope it resolves. ...Read more
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