Hi. I'm circumcised and seem to have yeast infections permanently. What can I do to get rid of it?

Tinea. Neosporin applied to the head of the penis (which is where I presume you are referring to) will help. Its a form of Jock Itch basically. Jock itch spray will help too. You should see your doctor to see if oral treament is merited.

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