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Noticed red marks and swelling on penis head. What medication and precaution should I take?

Dear doctors, I am suffering from infection on penis almost from last one month, But only noticed it 3 weeks back. Initially, doc recommended me: 1) Hifenac P tablet twice a day for 5 days 2) Augmentin Duo tablet twice a day for 3 days 3) used Candid B+ Neosporin creams for approx. 2 weeks Throughout these medicines, my problem kept on increasing. Then doc. recommended to eat FAS-3 Kit in addition to these creams. But of no help. There are red marks on my penis forehead and increasing on daily basis. Now there is little itchiness/pain also but not much. Now I am noticing swelling also. There is continuous green color discharge from the red marks. Also now I can see swelling and it is slowly increasing. Now, doc. has changed the creams and tablets. Below are the medicines, now I am taking since 1 day: 1) washing Penis with betadine twice a day. 2) After that, applying Candid cream/Lulifin Cream, twice a day 3) Zocon 200mg, once a week for 4 weeks 4) Oflox Oz tablet, twice a day for 3 days I am really scared. Kindly share your point of view..will it help? Also is there any specific precaution/diet I need to have...? does eating garlic helps??? or applying what thing? on the infected area?
Asked On : Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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Dear shalimarestateplotowners , the infection to the glans penis take quite long to get eradicated. My opinion is that it takes more than 2 weeks , basic treatment your doc. has suggested is best he can offer without culture and sensitivity test. otherwise get done the test, if problem persists as you have not mentioned your age a blood sugar is also required to see if you are diabetic?, keep faith and patience things are not going change dramatically these infections are mostly common infections hence will take time.
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