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Itching and rashes on Prepuce and glans, after using soap solution. Took antibiotics with temporary relief. suggestion?

couple of weeks back i used some medicated soap solution to wash my genitals, since then i have developed itching and rashes on prepuce and glans as well.. prepuce started cracking, so i applied candid-b cream for a week, took a course of antibiotic .. now two days after stopping the treatment rashes are reappearing over prepuce n glans.. they are small, multiple. white.. pinpoint like spots, Please advice..
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Cracking of prepuce along with small multiple rashes is suggestive of candidial infection(a type of fungus) ,antiboitics and steroidal cream give some relief but relapse again once you stop it.Start with tablet fluconazole 150 mg once a week for 3 wks and apply miconazole gel at night.take anti allergy tablets if itching occurs.I think this will help to cure your problem.
Answered: Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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