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How are small cuts on the penis head treated ?

hi there. I have a bit of an issue. After a rough sexual experience about 2 months ago, about 2 days after that masturbated and there was quite a long cut on my penis that developed. I am circumsised and i just thought it was from being too rough and the skin being fragile after the days previous. It healed in 3 days. But then everytime I have masturbated since I get small cuts just under the head of my penis. So I talked to my physician and I got all the tests done for STD s and sores, all came back negative. So he suggested Daktarin. It has worked like a charm, all cleared up however now that it has been a week on Daktarin, if i try to masturbate I can see the dry skin coming up and little tears start to appear, if i use a small amount of Daktarin it is fine but I am worried i will always have to use it. Any suggestions? (I can t go back to my physician for I have left the country)
Asked On : Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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Hi, I think your infection has not cleared up completely. You should go to a dermatologist wherever you are located & tell your problem. I think some oral anti-fungal or a mild steroid cream will help clear it all, but a clinical examination is essential. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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first don't have rough sex,stop mastrubating and if u feel that u can't avoid mastrubation simply use cocconut oil to ur penis while mastrubating
Answered: Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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