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What Is The Best Treatment For Penis Scar
Here are some...: Penis scar may refer to 2 situations: Externally, to tissue change after skin injury, and internally, maybe to scar-like tissue change (with fibrosis) in Peyronie's disease or after its related corrective surgery. So, what is it referred to? Ask urologists for evaluation and counseling timely. ...Read more
Depends on cause: Soem scars may not be capable of being removed only improved. The treatment will depend on the cause and extent of the scar. Precipipating factors such as stds should be treated first to prevent recurrence. ...Read more
I have a penis scar and I want to know if there's anything than can I use like cream that can help reduce or even eliminate my scars..
Is cocoa butter can eliminate or make the scars less noticeable? I have a penis scar I bought vaseline cocoa butter bec. They say that it's effective
Is it possible to remove a penis scar that's runs from the tip to the bottom, near the testicles, it almost looks like a vein that runs top to bottom?
Assessment: It sounds like you are uncertain as to what this structure is. Would encourage you to consult with an urologist. ...Read more
I have a scar on penis from getting penis caught in pants zipper. How can I remove or blend it in? Just doesn't look good. Roy,
Penis scar: Hello ~ its probably best thing to go and see a Urologist and let him decide whether this should be treated with surgical excision or if a scar softening ointment should be used. It depends on how big and how dense the scar tissue is and only an examination can tell you that. Thanks ...Read more
Why?: Removing a scar is not possible. You simply replace it with a new one. Why do you ask? If the scar causes pain with erection perhaps you need to open up the scar and place a skin graft. If your penis is crooked then perhaps the problem is below the surface and there are treatments for that. If everything's working ok and you don't like the way it looks you should consider leaving it alone. ...Read more
Rule out other mass: The first question is whether this is in fact a scar or a lesion. It would be wise to see the urologist to be sure that it is not something more worrisome. It is important to know how long it has been there, what the initial injury was, and whether it is painful. Penile skin usually scars very well by 6 monthes; therefore, it is important to have this evaluated to determine if treatment is needed, . ...Read more
It depends: There are many different types of scars and nearly as many ways to treat them. Depending on the scar, it may be as simple as using a cream/bleaching agent to fade or as complex as surgery. It is best to have a specialist such as a plastic surgeon evaluate/treat your scar. Some urologists also are experts in this. ...Read more
See a Urologist: Post traumatic scars are usually manged the same as other scars by use of scar creams or silicone gel sheets but some patients can develop areas of redness and thickening that may represent a disease process and should be best evaluated and addressed by a urologist so seek a consultation with a urologist. ...Read more
Will the bumps on my penis from scabies bites scar? They have been there for weeks now after the treatment. They are not itchy at all.
I have atrophic scars on the glans penis, like acne boxcar scars, shallow/flat. Can I get them laser resurfaced like treatment for papules? Options?
Scars of the glans:
from your question I did not get the sense that you had pain from the scars.
I recommend against any further ablative treatments to the skin of the penis. This is a very sensitive part of your body and any ablative therapies such as laser resurfacing or more caustic treatments could reduce sensibility to this organ. Good luck.
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Here are some. ..: Largely, no man's penis is perfectly straight and few men may develop Peyronie's disease in life causing penile curvature at erection - the chief cause for curved penis. How to Rx it? Its Rx option widely varies among affected men depending on penile function and what he needs. So, see urologist timely to explore if you need Rx and to what extent at what price (consequence) you have to pay & cope. ...Read more
Plz provide me the best treatment of premature elajucation I have just few second satimina after insert the penis then discharged plz help. Age 30?
Here are some. ..: Premature ejaculation is the commonest male sexual "dysfunction" and caused by inherent dis-coordination of genital muscles and nerves with incompletely known mechanism. Its Rx consists of easing anxiety under non-hurry relaxing environment, slowing down the pace & frequency and decreasing depth of penetration, using topical anesthetics, taking SSRIs timely, sex behavioral modification.. .. ...Read more
See a dermatologist: It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
Depends on scar: All scars should be protected from the sun, moisturized daily and pressure or massage may help. Sometimes a special garment is prescribed for burn scars to keep pressure on them. Topical silicone has been helpful in some cases as well. Remember it takes about a year for a scar to mature. Usually reddness from a scar will diminish during this time making it less noticeable. ...Read more
What is the best treatment for hypertrophic scars, is it best to use silicone sheets or silicone gel. Or is it possible to use both?
Silicone sheets and gels can be very helpful but usually you need to be consistent and the usually time frame is three months. No need to use both just one or the other. However, it is not perfect and if there is not adequate resolution of the scar, you may need to seek consultation with a plastic surgeon or dermatologist.
Hope that helps. ...Read more
Type dependent: If shallow, crater-like scars, use of mechanical dermabrasion is probably most effective. Use of lasers, chemical peels or punch/excisions are optional. Most difficult to treat are the "ice-pick" variety, which may end up looking like enlarged pores regardless of the therapy provided. Proper skin care and avoidance of acne infections is the best....Do not squeeze or pick such lesions if active. ...Read more
Difficult: Resurfacing fractional lasers help reduce the scars but a great result is only 50% improvement, deep chemical peels by a trained MD help as well. Dermadbrasion and possibly the dermapen can reduce the scars to a lesser degree ...Read more
Surgical Tx best: The best and quickest resolution may be excision of the hypertrophic scar. Steroid injections will not affect the scarring that has occurred. The best cosmetic result is achieved with a simple excision which removes hypertrophic scar and also the pitting and depressions that are typical of acne scars. Removing a few of the most prominent scars will make your whole face look better. Best regards, . ...Read more
Silicone gel sheets: Scars look better after compression with a silicone gel sheet which can be worn nightly. The compression helps to remodel deep scar tissue making it flatter. When scars are fresh, the sheet helps remove redness faster too. Surgery or resurfacing treatments are indicated when the orientation, thickness or contracture of the scar needs to be modified. You may need to see a plastic surgeon for help. ...Read more
Which is the best treatment for facial scars? I ve scares deep on my face, I want to remove those, please suggest appropriate treatment,
See Plastic surgeon: Depends on what the scars are from, what are they like, are they old or new. Best to set up a consultation with a plastic surgeon in your area to get the most appropriate advice for your scars. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with bilateral inguinal scarring that came off a klebsilella infection that went on for several months, what is the best treatment for scar tissue?
If the infection affected your joint, you need to be followed for arthritis, get physical therapy and do home exercises.
If the infection was related to diabetes or obesity, the treatment is to control your chronic disease, preventing recurrence.
If the scarring is cosmetically bothersome, or just tight, seek a surgeon who specializes in chronic scars (plastic or general surgeon) for injections. ...Read more