Balanitis

What is Balanitis?

Balanitis is an inflammation of the glans (the rounded head) of the penis.

Questions and answers on "Balanitis"

sir,i am suffering from penis problem, doctor who examined me first diagnosed this as balanitis and advised me some antifungal agents.but it didnot...

doctor1 MD

Hi and thanks for the query,
It is important to get the proper possible etiology of the balanitis. The commonest cause of failure to treatment...

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which doctor to go for penis related problems ...i have a white substance coming out of it ..its itchy ,smelly and also the fore skin pains a lot...

doctor1 MD

Hi,
Thanks for the query.

You certainly need to see urologist for these problems.

I would like to know whether the whitish discharge is under the...

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hi i have had cuts like paper cuts on my foreskin for over a week, and have had it before a few times over the years, they just seem to clear up...

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Just under two years ago I contracted Chlamydia which then resulted in reactive arthritis. I had the typical symptoms of swollen joints and also...

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I am having itching and red blisters on my penis forehead. There is also skin tightening. A doctor suggested me that it is balanitis and prescribed...

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Hello i have a question about a red bump on the shaft of my penis. It looks like a pimple but its been there for a few weeks

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I have a redness around the tip of my penis.

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Hi I think my 14month old has balanitis he has had it before the doctor has said its ring worm but I am certain it's not it's it's not even in...

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I think I may have balanitis, what are the treatment options. It is the result of poor hygiene rather than contact with thrush. Symptoms inc....

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