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Changed sexual partners, had unprotected sex. What are red and white patches on foreskin?

Hi, I have recently changed sexual partners in the past few days (3 Partners in total over the past week) and I have been having unprotected sex, I recently noticed pain during intercourse and afterwards under the foreskin the skin was white & red & quite blotchy, possible small bumps but not completely able to see as it is recent ( always had small bumps were previously told they were fairly natural to do with glands) Also with the pain I thought could be to do with the fact I previously have had a small tear in my frenulum, any advice? Going to the GUM clinic about this tomorrow but a heads up on any possibilities could be nice, thank you.
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Hi i thino u are suffering from balanoposthetitis.it presents as red and white patches on the penis with white discharge.it can be cured by azithromycin 500 mg twice daily on firrst day followed by 500mg daily for three days and use of flucanazole 150 mg weekly once for three weeks and application of fudic cream and nizral ointment morning and night respectively
Answered: Sun, 29 Sep 2013
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