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Cut in penis foreskin during intercourse, not healed with T Bact, ciplox 500. How will it heal?

hi my self pintoo,about a few day ago while attempting to have intercourse im not sure how but i recieved a cut on my penis foreskin , more specifically in the back part where the skin connects to the head. I think I got the cut because I never pull my foreskin back when it get start But anyways after the cut stopped bleeding it never bleed again but there was slight pain for like a day or two. I was shocked to see that the cut was still there and not completely healed. I m using T Bact oinment and ciplox 500 m table Does you know of anything I can do to help the healing process
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Dear pintoo, you have already taken local as well as systemic antibiotics take it at least a week. if one had passed and no crust has formed apply Neosporin powder to the cut area twice a day within 3 days crust will get formed then don't remove manually let it slough out on its own you will get proper healing mean time avoid any type of sexual activity even masturbation to avoid the friction .
Answered: Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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