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Sticky and itchy penis

so i been having this problem for a while. the foreskin of my penis is very humid and dry i have no discharge on it, is almost sticky as a stickynote. i do notice sometimes the foreskin is kinda glossy and that area sticks like glue, this happens when i have my foreskin covering the head of my penis, when i leave it retracted it just stays a less sticky. no matter how much i clean it, it keeps on coming back sometimes i get a itch and recently found out the itch is caused in the left side of my shaft on the penis there s this thick vein and i press it on it and it releaves the itchness. thats the main vein that causes itch on my penis, i used to have yeast infection and i been applying on it and it went away. but this new problem arised which now my penis is very sticky and itchy in the vein. the vein is very thick and is the only vein that causes the itch... please help what should i do? i went to get a std test came all negative, the doctor is telling me to get a circumcision but i know their is more to that.... now the skin on my testicules is feeling damp and kinda sticky like the foreskin of the penis... what should i do...
Asked On : Fri, 25 Mar 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
Hi steve;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
The sticky penis when you leave the skin covered on the glance is probably due to infection of yeast when it comes in contact with the residual drops of urine remaining trapped between glance & the skin.Under such circumstances circumcision can be a better option .If you don't want to go for it then consult a Dermatologist for help & treatment ;till then wash & mop dry the glance to keep it dry.
Answered: Fri, 25 Mar 2011
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