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Raw spot under the circumcised penile skin. STD chances?

Hello. I have been to a urologist as well as my gp in the past for the same issue. Eventually, my go sent me to a dermatologist...under the glans of my circumcized penis, in the circumcision scar , I have a raw spot. Last time, after I d been frightened nearly to death thinking I had every std imaginable, I was given a cream which helped for nearly two years. Now, after a rowdy weekend in a hotel with my wife, it s back. The cream doesn t seem to be working. Anything you can think of that might help? The cream is protopic .
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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it seems you have some injury on glans while entery. do you. have anal sex also? this is found many times in such couples. if so many doctors have seen, you surely have no STD. I would suggest to use KY Jelly when entering and observe adequate hygiene. this type of lesion can come if female partner is either very apprehensive ,or too much force is used, or when time taken for discharge is a bit too long.
you can further send enquiry .i can help you out of this problem

good Luck
Dr Saatiish Jhuntrraa
Answered: Fri, 26 Jul 2013
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