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Infant, foreskin popped leading to pasty white substance, cleaned with peroxide, has pain while urination. Suggestive treatment?

i think my son may have had a SMEGMA PEARL pimple pop today what started out looking like a white pounch underneath the foreskin close to the tip, when i changed his diaper i pulled the skin back to clean as usual, when all of a sudden his foreskin popped open and a big hard white pasty substace popped out it took me awhile to get it all out and i cleaned it with peroxide , now he is crying when he pee s which is understandable..... his dr office isnt open until tuesday. after hrs of research i believe thats what it is but im no dr so just wanted to make sure!!!!
Asked On : Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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Thanks for your query on HealthCareMagic.

You have researched well and nothing needs to be done for it. Instead of cleaning with peroxide, cleaning with normal tap water will do. This shall settle down and your son should not have any problem.

With best wishes,
Answered: Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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