Eczema of the penis is a skin condition encountered most commonly in uncircumcised males. This condition is similar to ringworm or other skin infections, the glans penis is the most commonly affected site but can occur anywhere including groins. The affected area is inflamed, red, flaky, and itchy leaving a person with discomfort. This can be caused by a variety of reasons like using tight clothes, or improper hygiene, but can be cured with the help of antihistamines and topical applicants.
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Query: Hello doctor, I have been suffering from eczema for a long time. At present, it started to develop on my foreskin. There is redness, itching, and a tiny cut in the foreskin. It was common before I became sexually active. I think a small sore developed two weeks back in the meatus after using an an... Read Full »
Query: Hi doctor, Recently I have developed phimosis, and it is not due to the frenulum; but due to the tightening of the foreskin at the penis opening. I do not know how it has developed, but it is in a circular form and has created some atopic eczema type of problems. It is not itchy but just lost all it... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Phimosis means tight foreskin; in this condition, the foreskin may not be moving freely. There are two ways to treat it one is medical, and the other is surgical. I will suggest medical treatment. First, pull down the foreskin as down as possible and apply Betamethason... Read Full »
Query: Hi doctor, I have red spots on my penis. I am not on any medication. Kindly help. Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. It is a vascular disorder with infection. I suggest the below treatment plan, Apply Fusidic acid cream twice daily for seven days. Tablet Cefixime twice daily after food for five days. Wash the area with Cetearyl Alcohol 0 plus Cetostearyl Alcohol. Cleanser or No-s... Read Full »
Query: Hi doctor, I had eczema on my penis. I have been using Anustat for four days, and it is not getting better. Kindly help. Read Full »