... well its not itchy and not painful. I have been faithfully washing it with water and mild soap too.. ... (2 replies)
... I am 21 years old and used to produce a lot of smegma before I started actively washing my penis but I don't get it any more. ... (0 replies)
... Friday, I have had some trouble pulling back my foreskin completely. It's not too painful and it's achievable but it feels like my foreskin is unsticking from my glans near the base of my glans. I have also found that my glans is drier than normal too. ... (1 replies)
... Do you mean that your foreskin used to keep the glans moist but stopped recently? ... (6 replies)
... After washing/bathing, apply a bit of baby oil to your skin (head of penis and foreskin) this works for me. It also keeps you smelling fresh. Be sure and apply to clean skin though. Actually I use baby oil all over. I don't like the dry ashy feeling to my skin. (6 replies)
... e urine cultures and there is no infection. I have also tested for STDs and the result is negative. I always wash with just water, and lately i found some relief washing with cold salted water. ... (0 replies)
... Try washing it with vinegar. The slightly acidic vinegar should clean it off. If it doesn't then just wait and eventually it will wear off on its own. ... (3 replies)
... If it is balanitis, tiny red dots on the glans, it can be caused by anything....a change of soap, overwashing, a change of detergent, or a hundred other things. diaper cream with zinc oxide will help.
if it is yeast, and I believe it is, because of the smegma production and dryness, anything which will treat yeast for women will work. doesn't matter if it is monistat,... (13 replies)
... Let's be clear - this is not balanitis - at least not from your description. Balanitis just means inflammation of the glans and is characterised by intense burning/itching.
It may well be that you have simply developed an obsessive cleanliness syndrome. You haven't indicated any irritation or itching there and they are both features of fungal, yeast or bacterial infections. ... (13 replies)
... Maybe I wasn't clear with describing my symptoms.. The glans may look whiter in color and it takes a some scrubbing to remove the thin film of white build up. ... (13 replies)
... humid. Make sure you are fully washing and drying the glans before allowing the foreskin to cover the glans, maybe even see f some talc will help, but don't overdo it or this will cause other problems. ... (3 replies)
... except, I have this problem which I didn't realise was a problem untill about a year ago....all my life I have noticed my glans were hypersensitve and very painful to touch.. ... (5 replies)
... I've tried leaving off the ointment, washing with water only, and drying thoroughly. Even tried sitting with foreskin retracted to dry it out and make it harder for the bacteria to grow, but to no avail. ... (30 replies)
... Basically, my glans is so damn sensitive that it's painful. I'm uncut, and didn't didn't pull my foreskin back once until I was about 13. ... (5 replies)
... Regarding the dryness, are you washing with soap? ... (5 replies)
... Well I know almost all intact guys are very sensitive at the head. It's obvious that more contact on the head will make it less sensitive.
I'm 17 years old. Everytime I wash my penis, and I kinda get my finger on the head, it "hurts" to the point where my knees get weak. (Maybe a little exaggerated, but I'm sure you get the point.)
I just don't get it. Does the... (9 replies)
... I am 21 years old and did not really wash underneath the foreskin because i did not know about retraction and washing under. ... (3 replies)
... that area, you might have balanitis. If you do wash your exposed penis head regularly, you might have a reaction to the soap. In that case, you can keep your glans and foreskin clean by washing them regularly with just running water and the friction of your fingers. ... (1 replies)
... Besides the washing Fles mentioned, the other big point of simple hygiene is to keep the area dry. ... (2 replies)
... dead skin cells. In adults, it's a sign you should be washing under the foreskin better or more often. ... (4 replies)