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Fungal infection on genitals, difficult to urinate, took medicines, no improvement. Advice?

Dear Doctor, I think I have a skin fungal problem on my private part and it is is difficult to pass urine . The mounth of my private part gets covered with skin and it becomes difficult to pull back the skin...I took sporanax 1-0-1 for four days it became ok. but after three weeks i have the same problem. kindly advise
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
I think you have glans covered with Debris.
Our glans is covered with skin and debris collected between glans & skin some times difficult it to retract.
If this is the problem you may come out by retracting skin & cleaning it everyday.
But If you have a tight prepuce that is phimosis & you need to remove the skin as this is required for future safeguard ,a circumcission operation.
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