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Forum Name: Fungal infections
Question: rash on penis
|R - Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:37 am||
Hello, Over the past few years I have had very sensitive skin on my penis. Sometimes when i masturbate, it causes white pus lick infections on the penis. I used to use lotions when i masturbate, but have discontinued that for 6 months. INfact, I rarely masturbate at all now. Sometimes when my wife rubs my penis, the skin gets irritated and these white painful bumbs show up. they are painful. I tried an anti fungal in case it is a yeast infection as my wife was recently told she had one at her last yearly exam. Before this kind of outbreak, i feel tingly on my leg and thigh. The outbreak only happens when there is some kind of rubbing on te penis. My skin feels very sensitive almost all the time however. The bumbs have occured just under the head and on each side of the penis, always same place. I thought it was from masturbating too hard, but i have given that up.
THis last time, i was on levaguin for epididimitis. Which is my second try in 3 months and the pain is still there.
What on earth is going on?
|Dr. Chan Lowe - Sat Mar 24, 2007 10:49 am||
I'm not sure exactly what is causing your symptoms. It may be that you still have an underlying yeast infection of the skin. Sometimes the treatment creams are quite effective enough and the infection is never really gone.
It may also be that you have a contact dermatitis or reaction to something contacting your skin.
I would recommend you talk with your doctor about your symptoms. If there is any possibility of STD's you should be checked to ensure this is not the cause (although it really doesn't sound like it).
You may need to see a dermatologist.
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