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Diagnosed with Balanitis. On Ketoconazole and later Metroconazole, Bacitracin. Few red spots still persist on penis. Treatment?

About 7 to 8 weeks ago I was diagnosed with Balanitis and began regular weekly dosages of Ketoconazole and then later Metroconazole along with daily applications of Bacitracin. White my penis for the most part has healed on the left side there are still some red spots, I dunno if it is lingering or if it's just not healed yet. Either way I'm tired of this, what can I take/eat/do to make this annoyance go away for good? It would be nice to drink beer and have sex again without having to worry and I'm tired of this crap
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I believe that you have concerns about some areas of your penis that are non healing in nature. I understand your concerns and you might need to be seen by a doctor to find out what the reason for the same is. I also believe that you might have to have a complete STI profile done to find our if you have any other kind of infection. I hope this helps allay your anxiety.

Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Tue, 11 Jun 2013
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