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How can a chemical burn on the penis be treated?

Yes. I have a chemical burn on the side of my penis and have recently aggravated it through sexual intercourse.I have tried neosporine but that only irritates the burn site. There are no cuts, lesions or blistering(that stopped a while ago). I ve been seen by 3 Drs who all have said that the healing just takes time. What can I do to expedite the healing ( abstinence ? You should see my beautiful wife!!!). I am going to have to have to abstain....but is there something over the counter I could use in that area that won t cause additional irritation?.......hurry! (My wife says!)
Fri, 12 Jul 2019
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello,

In order to help to heal faster, you may need to do abstinence and protect it from other irritants.

Use cotton underwear, wash it well and keep it dry. You should take care and keep it clean from being infected. You can use Dermazin ointment for burning.

Also can use vaseline to help to heal. Also hyaluronic acid ointment can help regeneration.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Take care

Regards,
Dr Olgeta Xhufka, General & Family Physician
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