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Skin inside penis burning, tip becomes red in color. Remedy ?

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regarding the penis , i had a sex with wife. my penis at the tip becomes red in color.

Skin inside the penis is burning. i think skin has peeled off slightly

please query me.
Posted Wed, 27 Jun 2012 in Penis Problems
Answered by Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani 1 hour later
Hi, Thanks for posting your query.

When ever during sexual act some force has been used or you have some difficult penetration this can happen.

The cause for difficult sex could be

1. Improper arousal leading poor lubrication
2 .Some local skin infection
3. Vigorous act etc.

I do not see any reason for worry. Just avoid sex for couple of days, apply some moisturizer that you have at your home. And I think you should be fine.

Please use condom for sex for some days so as to avoid friction again till the skin heals by it self.

With this you should be fine and not have any problems.

In case this becomes recurrent then you may need to visit your family physician for routine check up.

I hope this helps.

Please feel free to write again if you have some more queries.


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