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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
Question: i got a cut on my penis skin.
|deltashade - Sat Sep 06, 2008 1:22 pm|
I M SRRY TO POST THIS. BUT THIS IS REALY IMPORTANT.
i got a cut on my penis. what happen was wen i was in shower. i puled the skin back towards my body. and the water was hot so i pulled it hard. and the skin layer thing that limits the pull of my skin got a cut. idk whats it called. but its beneath the skin. like from the opening on ur pointy thing on ur penis to the skin. wen u pull it. it will hurt a little. so ye... please help me.
|Debbie Miller, RN - Wed Oct 15, 2008 4:03 pm|
You don't say if you are circumcised so I will assume this is a foreskin you are pulling back. This should heal without problems just like other skin abrasions. Use caution to avoid further trauma to the penis but I think it will get better.
|Jackome - Sun Jul 25, 2010 11:53 am|
I don't if I actually ''cut'' but I have a cut like injury on my turtle-neck (I havent been circumsized) and on the king or head or whatever I have a wierd small red rash.
however even if I penis is clean and all there allways some wierd whit something around the head and on the turle-neck btw I've had these cuts for some time atleast a year I just to ashamed and afraid to ask a doctor or anyone about this.
|Dr.M.jagesh kamath - Sun Jul 25, 2010 10:50 pm|
Hello,Fungus or yeast infections are quite common here.Moniliasis is the condition and can affect anyone but more common on the uncircumsized.
You have to clean the area with mild soap and water.Antifungal cremes like canesten are helpful but best prescribed by your doctor.Do not feel shy and do get treated.It is just as simple as that.
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