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Investigation of white layer around the tip of the penis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Practicing since : 2009
Answered : 675 Questions
User :   I have undergone hydrocele operation before two years but size of testicle in not decrease for sperm formation one testicle is sufficient?
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   hydrocele operation does not decrease the size of the testis, it prevents the collection of fluid around the testis
Doctor :   yes one testis is more than sufficient for the effective sperm production for fertility
User :   Sir white colour layer is surrounded arround my penis what is it? is there any serious issue?
Doctor :   is it removable ?
User :   sir how can i remove?
Doctor :   the whit layer is it removable or not if you wipe will it go off or not ?
User :   No it is not going?
Doctor :   where is is is it entire the penis head or just at one spot ?
User :   Sir it is on some part except form where urine comes?
Doctor :   it is normal
User :   sir then why it is not goning after wiping?
Doctor :   the normal layer of the penis head is either white color or slightly pink it will not go
User :   Thanks You , Sir one more question which medicine to take to increase sexual vitallity?
Doctor :   there is not medicine for this purpose, try taking vitamin b complex every day
Doctor :   in course of time there will be improvement
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