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Itchy penis head, redness, itchy rash on foreskin, extremely sensitive head causing difficulty in scratching. How can I get over this?

The head of my penis is very itchy and when I retract the foreskin the head is kinda red, like a rash and very itchy. Because the head is too sensitive for me to touch i have to resort to rubbing/ scratching through the foreskin, this is another reason that i weant to have a circumcision can anyone help me with what could be the problem
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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LOOK LIKE FUNAL INFECTION
FUNGAL IS MORE COMMON IN THE PERSONS WHO DO NOT HAVE CIRCIMCISED PENIS
YOU START TAKING ANTIFUNGAL MEDICINE TAB FORCAN 50 MGM ONCE A WEEK FOR 4 TO 6 WEEK
APPLY ANTIFUNGAL CREAM CANDID B ONTMENT MORNING AND EVENING
KEEP DRY CLEAN WITH TISSUE AFTER EVERY URINATION,LOT OF WATER
YOU HASVE ALSO TO GET TREATMENT GIVEN TO YOUR PARTNER
IF U WANT YOU CAN GET CIRCUMCISION DONE BUT THE CHANCES OF FUNGUS IS NOT LESS IN CIRCUMCISED PERSONS
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