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... while that is true, a chronic yeast infection can cause circumcision to be necessary. ... (21 replies)
... Thanks for the great advice, Greenie. I agree that isolating the actual species of organisms causing the infection is unlikely, however, it may not be necessary if a treatment that attacks intracelluar bacteria is employed. ... (84 replies)
... The recommended stretching method will work. It's a matter of regularity, and being gentle, but persistent. If you have scarring in the frenar band, from a chronic yeast infection, you will need to clear up the yeast infection first. Otherwise, it will just lead to more scarring. ... (2 replies)

... staph infection under my foreskin. ... (82 replies)
... fungal prescribed by your doctor under your foreskin, even with pinhole phimosis. If it is determined to be a yeast infection, at least this would stop the foreskin from tightening more. No steroids are available without prescription. ... (5 replies)
... of surface from beneath the skin, and look a lot like herpes, though so far herpes tests are negative. I also have a buildup of yellowish green slime under the foreskin right now, just like my initial symptoms 4 months ago. ... (82 replies)
... en coinfection of the penis and foreskin, and the chemical reactions lead me to believe that this is an infection, and not a neurological disorder. However, the infection has not responded to normal treatments, particularly topical creams, because I do not believe they reach the deep tissue in significant concentration. ... (82 replies)
Chronic problem
Sep 16, 2009
... and after 3 days were almost gone. I felt better until the next time i had sex with wife. Right after it looked like my foreskin was on flame as my scrotum. When pulled my foreskin i could see the blood vessels really red. This scared me again and then I deiced to get tested for STD. ... (100 replies)
... glans infection is greatly improved, though the skin still looks redder than normal. ... (82 replies)
... and chronic red burning strotum. ... (84 replies)
Chronic problem
Apr 2, 2009
... I have no answers, but in my case everything points to some sort of drying out syndrome that was triggered by some unknown viral or bacterial infection that may or may not still be present. ... (100 replies)
... Update: I have now noticed red areas of my scrotum and little white scale like things, I showed this to the doctor and she had never heard of Red Scrotum Syndrome and stated I have been reading too much on the internet. I then proceeded to tell her that there are thousands of posts from other guys like me, she said I might have Erythrasma, let me know what you guys think now.... (7 replies)
... several times a day for all infected sites, with as little trauma to the skin as possible during the treatment. Hurting the skin at the same time only gives the infection new footholds. Rugbyfan is right about the keep it simple principle, at least in terms of using stuff that minimizes skin irritation. ... (84 replies)
... resistant bacterial infection under the skin that is also CONTAGIOUS to other areas of your own body. ... (84 replies)
... lly killing them. The reason drastic action is critical, is that yeast causes small cuts in the foreskin. When they heal, they heal as scar tissue, causing the foreskin to lose a little bit of its ability to stretch. ... (7 replies)
... s for yeast, to no avail. The urethra got so inflamed I was spraying all over my pants when I urinated. So, I went to another GP who said it looked like a yeast infection and prescribed clotrimazole betamethasone which didn't help much. ... (7 replies)
... the Protocol I alluded to previously will cure my various inflammatory symptoms. I just need help to get my doctor to let me try it. I am scheduled to have my foreskin circumcised next week in order to help reduce the infection and hopefully so that the lab can figure out what is causing the infection. ... (84 replies)
... ould still have a yeast component, but who knows. Since things began to happen a few days after from receiving oral sex from a sketchy woman, I must assume that infection is a direct or indirect instigator of this problem. ... (84 replies)
... Moisturizers, antibiotic ointments, even soaps can all cause a reaction on the very sensitive skin inside the foreskin and on the head of the penis. Try nothing but plain water for washing, avoid swimming in chlorinated pools, and apply nothing but a yeast treatment. ... (7 replies)
... Most days the scrotum remained hot and itchy and I had the feeling of hot sand being sprinkled on my penis, The skin seemed thinner and the foreskin a little tighter. ... (84 replies)


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