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Uncircumcised, smelly, white cream on foreskin after sex, swollen penis, red scabies under foreskin. Infection or STD?

i m uncercumcised i ve sex with my girl friend, i noticed white cheesy cream with unpleasant smell in the foreskin of my penis and ocasionally it swells and tickles also (foreskin). i had these before i had sex with her. i use to clean it everyday but it develops every day. i m confused could it be an std . once i consult with a doctor and he says that its normal. after i clean i noticed a bit red scabies like when i pull down my foreskin. could it be an infection because i want to solve it before i get married as parents force me to get settled as i m 30+,
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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Hi
The material that is collected under foreskin is Smegma.It is normally secreted.it has to removed by cleaning daily.It may be more in some persons.
Nothing to worry.
It is not STD. It is not related to sex too.
The red areas that are seen after cleaning are normal .
Nothing to worry.
Just keep that area clean.
Wish you good health.
Regards
Answered: Sun, 27 Oct 2013
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