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Noticed a discolouration on penis head and foreskin. There is no pain or itching. What is going on?

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Hi Doctor im 28years old from last one month i notice a discoluring on penis foreskin on tip (Image attached) and there is no pain or itiching
Posted Mon, 3 Sep 2012 in Penis Problems
Answered by Dr. Pravin Banodkar 6 hours later
Welcome and thanks for your question
I would be pleased to help you with your Question

Thanks for sending the photos.

There could be two possiblities.

Leucoderma which can be due to reaction with condom on the skin of the penis .
The other possibility includes Vitiligo .

It would be important for you to book an appointment with the Dermatologist . They will examine the area of the white patch with a special light called the Wood's Lamp which will aid in clinching the perfect diagnosis .

Thanks and Take care
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Follow-up: Noticed a discolouration on penis head and foreskin. There is no pain or itching. What is going on? 5 hours later
Thanks for your reply If it is because of any two mention above is it curable.
Answered by Dr. Pravin Banodkar 27 hours later
These diseases are curable to an extent but the treatment results would vary from person to person.
Hope that helps
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