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Penis bleeds after intercourse - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Can I help you?
User :   hi doctor.. gud morning
User :   my problem is with my penis.
Doctor :   Yes
User :   whenever I have sex ...the outer skin is completely..cracked when it gets erected..
User :   it actually bleeds from the cracks..
Doctor :   OK
Doctor :To get a better picture I need this information--
Age: ; Occupation: ; Location: ; Marital Status:
User :   ok
User :   I'm 35 yrs old.. married
User :   chatting from india......
Doctor :   So how long have you been facing this problem?
User :   When I got married 2 yrs back.. I used condoms for almost 1 yr .. I didn't hv this problem.. now..from past 6 months.. the outer skin tightens and becomes like a rubber band
Doctor :   Have you had any similar problems in the past?
User :   no
Doctor :   Do you have any other health problems?
Diabetes/ high blood pressure/ Asthma/allergies etc?
User :   no
Doctor :   Are there any blisters/ulcers on your penis
User :   no
Doctor :   Are you able to get back the outer skin to the normal position during such times
User :   yeah.. I can..with lot of pain
Doctor :   Can you retract the foreskin backwards
User :   when it erects.. the mouth of the outer skin becomes very small.
User :   yeah..
Doctor :   Is the erection itself painful or does it pain only during sex?
User :   when it erects.. there is no pain.. it pains only during sex ..after sex.. the tip of the outer skin cracks & is very painful
User :   I use xylocaine Gel.. & it gives me a little relief..
Doctor :   I think you need a physical examination, you may not be able to retract your foreskin due to a small orifice
Doctor :   For this you may be asked to do a circumcision
User :   what is circumcision?
Doctor :   This is surgical removal of the foreskin i.e the skin in front of the penis
Doctor :   It is a small procedure
User :   how many rest would be required>
Doctor :   It is a day care procedure, you will discharged in the evening or next morning
Doctor :   But you cannot masturbate for 3-4 weeks or have sex
User :   I hope it will not have any impact on my sex life?
Doctor :   No it will not, in fact it can prevent you from conditions like penile cancer
User :   is there any kind of medicine I could take to improve the situation.. instead of a surgical treatment
Doctor :   And some studies show it betters the sex life
Doctor :   It is not a real surgical procedure, its been done for centuries, among Muslims and Jews
Doctor :   If you want we can recommend you a surgeon in your area to examine and confirm what your condition before planning the treatment
User :   yeah.. please give me that information..
User :   also i want to know if xylocaine gel.. that im using ..is it good enough..?
Doctor :   If your number is correct then we will get a specialist to call you
User :   i would actually prefer to meet..
Doctor :   We will arrange that for you
Doctor :   the doctor from our team will contact you and give you the details
Doctor :   we cannot coordinate these things over this chat
User :   okk...you can contact me over email also..
Doctor :   Is your number and email id correct,can you confirm these
Doctor :   Email : YYYY@YYYY
User :   yeas
Doctor :   Mobile : 0000
User :   yes
User :   could you tell me about the gel i'm using..
Doctor :   It is nothing but a local anaesthetic
Doctor :   It only desensitizes the part so you dont feel the pain
Doctor :   But it is not a permenant solution to the problem
Doctor :   Bye for now. Will get in touch with you
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