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Noticed white itchy spots on foreskin after having unprotected sex. Guide

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hi there had protected sex with a prostitue next day top part of my forskin was very itch and on very closley looking very small white milky spots and a little scratch and scrotum is itch and a little dry please help before using condom as well she did brush past my penis all so put her mouth around scrotum
Posted Thu, 6 Jun 2013 in Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Answered by Dr. Achuo Ascensius 2 hours later
thanks for the query

The two most likely diagnosis are
-Yeast infection or
-trauma on the penile region.
Most yeast infections are caused by the fungus Candida albicans. On the penile region, they might present with itch as well as an erythematous lesion. Men could get yeast infection from women.

Trauma of the penile region could as well explain the symptoms you have. In this case it will be likely that Super-infection has set in thus producing the characteristic white appearance.

You will need an antiseptic solution to clean at least twice daily and get some over the counter anti-fungal cream ( any type ) and apply twice to thrice daily.

Hope i have answered your query. If you have further query, i will be ready to help.
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