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Posthitis, outbreak while eating sweet or pickle item. Can it be cured completely?

how to cure posthitis completly. When only i m eating sweet or pickle item more i observe on my foreskin . Otherwise its fine. Will it creat problem in marriage. Plz advise.
Asked On : Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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Thank you for asking question on health care magic.
Prosthitis is the infection of the fore skin.
Antibiotics are needed to cure as well as prevent prosthitis.
It will not cause any problem for marriage,but your partner may be affected with infection.
If it is occuring repeatedly and not responding to antibiotic,then you may need surgery to remove the foreskin(circumcission)
Hope this answer will serve your purpose
Please feel free to ask any more queries if required
Take care
Dr.M.V.Subrahmanyam MD;DCH
Associate professor of pediatrics
Answered: Fri, 8 Nov 2013
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