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Burning after I urinate at tip of penis and foreskin all STD test neg and not UTI feels like a cut inside penis tip had a slit bleeding then it stopped I am uncircumcised?
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Dr. Bac Nguyen
Family Medicine
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In brief: Area still inflammed
It is likely that the cut/slit is not completely healed and thus every time it is exposed to urine (acidic and salty) burning sensation can occur. Also, inflammation on the inside of your foreskin, i.
E, from fungal infection, can cause burning as well. If it is better, you should be ok in few days. If not, consult doc..Likely some topical ointment can be used to help. Good luck.

In brief: Area still inflammed
It is likely that the cut/slit is not completely healed and thus every time it is exposed to urine (acidic and salty) burning sensation can occur. Also, inflammation on the inside of your foreskin, i.
E, from fungal infection, can cause burning as well. If it is better, you should be ok in few days. If not, consult doc..Likely some topical ointment can be used to help. Good luck.
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Dr. Bac Nguyen
Start with your primary care, then to a urologist if needed.
Dr. David Vandersteen
Pediatrics - Urology
In brief: Retract prepuce
You may have a small inflammatory fissure on your inner prepuce.
Retract the prepuce fully or at least enough to expose your meatus each time you void. This should create unobstucted flow from the meatus to the toilet. If you still have problems, seek medical evaluation.

In brief: Retract prepuce
You may have a small inflammatory fissure on your inner prepuce.
Retract the prepuce fully or at least enough to expose your meatus each time you void. This should create unobstucted flow from the meatus to the toilet. If you still have problems, seek medical evaluation.
Dr. David Vandersteen
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