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Rusty nail, bleed, tetanus shot? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hello,i got punchured by little rusty bleed a little and i had my last tetanus shot when i was in 8th grade ( 14-15years age ) i am 18 now.
So do i need to get tetanus shot ?
Doctor :   hI
Doctor :   let me read ur query
User :   no
User :   above was asked long back
User :   i have another query
Doctor :   ok
User :   i think i got fungal infection / yeast infection on tip of my penis
Doctor :   can u explain your symptoms ?
User :   it has thin layer , rash on tip
User :   i had fungal infection before 2years on my shoulders , so it looks almost same
Doctor :   can u describe the color ?
Doctor :   any itching ?
User :   minor
User :   its kinda white
User :   if skin is dry , it turns white
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   this could be due to a candidal infection
Doctor :   you can use a cream containining fluconazole
Doctor :   2 times a day
Doctor :   this will help to clear the infection
User :   thanks
User :   i will try it and get back
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   you are most welcome
User :   byee
Doctor :   bye
Doctor :   good night
User :   you too! :)
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