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Why Is My Penis Itchy
Why is my penis itchy? I thought I had an STD so I went to get checked and came back negative. The itch isnt constantly only sometimes I have no rash.
Itchy penis: Usually STD is gonorrhea and chlamydia. But there are other organisms that can be passed between partners. Both yeast ( can try OTC clortimazole) , trichamonas cause itching.Other organisms are mycoplasma, ureoplasma, BV. Aloscheck blood sugar as diabetes can trigger yeast infections. Discuss with doctor urgent care ...Read more
Try steroid cream...: May try 1% hysrocortisone cream gingerly 1-2 times for 3-5 days after gently cleaning and see. If not improving in itch, seek evaluation & counseling so to what may be the underlying cause like psoriasis, fungal skin infection, atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, etc. ...Read more
Here are some...: Without a look at, it's hard to offer right Dx for right Rx, care, & counseling although long foreskin-related inflammation/infection, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis (eczema), etc. may be blamed. At present, improving topical hygiene with judicious use of anti-fungal cream with steroid can be very useful. To get the care thing right, follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
Hi Dr. I have 2 pink patches on my penis 1 been about 10 years and small now size get bigger and now another 1 show up not itchy or causing any pain?
Balanitis...: The most common cause of a red itchy penis, especially involving the glans (top) is something called is something called Balanitis, which is usually a fungal infection & easily treatable. It should be evaluated, could be done as a HealthTap consult, through your PCP or an urgent care. OTC medications usually don't work & prescription meds are usually required. There are other causes, but are rare. ...Read more
Needs evaluation..: This needs evaluation since many conditions can be causing these symptoms. One common problem is a fungal infection so you can try over the counter clotrimazole for example. If painful, blisters appear, burning sensation it could be herpes. Other possibilities:dermatitis, bacterial infections, among others reason why a doctor should take a look at it. ...Read more
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