Can an STD cause dry skin?

NO. If it is only dry skin, no other features, no std is responsible. Use the lubricating cream of your choice.

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Which STD can cause a red and dry skin on penis? I have a redness on my penis appered 5 day after viginal intercourse. I had all STD check came bk clean

Fungal or contact. Rashes in the genital area could be a fungal infection like candida or tinea cruris, which is not considered an std, but could be acquired that way, or a contact dermatitis which is an allergic reaction to a chemical to the condom or a gel in the condom, if you used one. A fungal rash is rx with Clotrimazole cream or spray. An allergic rash to hydrocortisone. Herpes and warts look different. Read more...

Can dry skin patches be a sign of an std?

STDs. There are skin eruptions associated with several stds and would need far more info to try and answer your question in further detail. My suggestion is that if you feel you were exposed to an std go and see a doctor, be examined and tested thoroughly. Good luck. Read more...

Do any STDs look like dry skin?

STDs. The answer is yes, but really only syphilis in its later stages--it can look like red, scaly areas all over body. A quick blood test can rule that out. Most other stds do not look like dry skin. See your doctor for the best answer. Be wise and careful! Read more...

Have dry skin on rim of penis head. Doc says I could've aggravated an old lesion. Doesn't think it's an std. Took blood just in case What could it be?

Here are some... Without a direct look and more detailed Hx, it's hard to offer an accurate Dx although what described in rim of glans penis most likely represents the change related with long-foreksin-related inflammation with or without fungal infection. To get healthcare done correctly is not that hard if following instructions described in http://www.formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Read more...

Dry skin on vaginal lips. It burns sometimes. Itchy clitorus and inside vagina opening. Recently tested for any std couple months ago. Negative.

May be yeast. The only way to know what this is is to be examined by your doctor. It may be a yeast infection. If an over the counter yeast medication solves the problem then most likely that's all it was. Other possibilities include lichen sclerosis, lichen simplex chronicus, allergic reactions and psoriasis. Schedule a visit. Read more...