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Tinea, painless red spots inside urethra, no pain

Hello, I have been diagnosed with a tinea infection in my groin , for which i have mean prescribed some cream which is helping. i have had it quite sometime before seeking treatment. However i have noticed some very small painless white discs just inside my urethra , these very small discs seem to have a tiny red spot at the centre of them. I have no pain urinating whatsoever. When I first notices these discs there appeared to be a small white skin over them, I pulled it slightly and it bled a small amount. I showed them to my GP and he said it is normal, although I forgot to mention the bleeding part - i was very nervous at my appointment with embarrasment. i fear it might get worse and spread. Could this be related to the jock itch infection? Please help thank you
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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It could be the same fungal infection with super added bacterial infection.
A course of antibiotics and antifungals should cure you
Wishing you a great health
Dr Arun
Answered: Thu, 7 Nov 2013
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