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Severe itching in penis, burning sensation. Prescribed miconazole for yeast infection. Cure?

my son has a bad itch in his penis and it hurts. The doctor said it looks like he has a yeast infection and to buy miconazole over the counter and put it on him. I did and it burn him and still itches. Is there anything else I can do to help with the discomfort. Also, his urine test came back ok, but he has these sensations like he has to go to the bathroom, but nothing comes out. What does that mean?
Asked On : Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi grisel ! apply the cream don't rub, now if he is more then 6 year old ask doctor for oral fungal tablet like fluconazole and anti allery tab like cetrizine for itching. I think he has UTI infection too need to give antibiotic like doxycycline. Please do consult these thing with doctor. Be healthy .bye.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Jignesh Vasava's  Response

Yes. Miconazole Cure Fungle infection If applied for 4-6 weeks Regularly 2-3 times a day at effectively.


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