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Redness in foreskin, pain while retracting, burning. Applied Coniderm, Fluconazole, not cured. Solution ?

Good mrng Sir, I have been suffering with my genital parts. Redness in foreskin . Glan is ok. While retract I feel pain and burning . I went to Physician. he prescribed me to apply Coniderm-F oint. and Fluconazole - 150 once in a week for 3 week and Doxcef -CV antibiotic for 5 dyas. For 12 days I have been suffering. But it is not fully cured. Plz. help. I don t have sugar.
Asked On : Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You have redness of the foreskin which is painful while retracting. and getting burning while passing urine.This is mostly due to infection of the glans and foreskin termed as Balanoposthitis. Usually it is due to fungal infection allergy to irritants .Please clean the glans and foreskin with warm water and apply Gel Daskyl twice daily and take Tab Zocon 50 mg as a single dose.Once infection subsides consult some surgeon who will examine and if you have Phimosis will take a decision whether you need to be circumcised or not./
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