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#1 Ben4454

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Posted 07 January 2018 - 12:43 PM

Take this as an educational piece of advice and a warning:

Throughout my sexual career I have always been careful. I have never had bareback sex and always screen potential partners. If I see odd colours/spots on a private area, I will stay away from it. I always prided myself on my cleanness.

Recently, I started noticing something odd going on with my penis. It started to itch. I applied Canesten as I thought it might be thrush. I recently came out the hospital and was on a lot of anti-biotics so this proved common. Within a few weeks, I noticed more symptoms. Everytime I masturbated, my penis skin would flake and crack. There would be this odd 'white substance that would rest on my penis'. I put this down to dryness. I started applying different creames to sort it out. I used fungal creams as I thought it might be a fungal infection and so did my doctor. If you were to look at it, you would see nothing wrong. I have just noticed an increased amount of wrinkles on the foreskin.

This seemed to clear up the white substance that would rest on my penis. I noticed my private area was also producing an aggressive amount of smegma. I switched creams to Clotimizole with no luck. I then started using Fucidin H cream that was perscribed for my foot. Low and behold, this actually cleared it up. It had a steriod in it. Although the results did not last long.. I then used Dictarin cream which had no result. Using the medication is better than not, but after begining masturbating for a short time, my penis will just aggressively start flaking. 

Fast forward to now, after a sexual encounter my entire penis will flake. Today, I am completely giving up on the creams and ending my sexual adventures and punting career. The thing is, I never did bareback sex, but I did always did Oral without. I do not know where I got it from, but i have a hunch it was thailand. If I use Lube on it then it won't flake, it just is red raw.

A very weird thing about this entire scenario, is the flaking shows itself under a light only and sun light. It also doesn't even flake under a dark light. If it was a candle-lit room you wouldn't see it. In my room the lightbulb is darker than normal light bulbs, so i usually do not see it.This has proved to be extremely stressful when having high hopes that it was possibly cured. Although anywhere else, I will see the white flaking. This has been going on for the past 3 months now. I've lost hope that it is curable. I have scheduled a visit to the GUM clinic and cancelled my high anticipated trip to Thailand.

 

I have the impression my regular doctor just doesn't know what is going on. I do not think medicine/knowledge has come far in regards to penis problems. My female doctor just seemed embarrassed while looking at it and trying to diagnose it. 

Yeah I could just use condoms and get on with it.... but this isn't curing the problem. Unfortunately, sti clinics seemed to be closed till mid-jan where I am from, so i will have to wait till then although my hopes of them knowing what it is is low.

 

I understand i describe just symptoms, which makes the thing scary.


Edited by Ben4454, 07 January 2018 - 01:28 PM.


#2 ObamaMomma

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Posted 07 January 2018 - 12:51 PM

Yuck! Your doctor just eyeballed it and ASSumed? Time for a doctor that like, runs tests.



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Posted 07 January 2018 - 01:00 PM

Sounds like a parasite. That is why the creams don't work, it is not a skin issue.

 

Dip the  whole thing in sump oil, it will suffocate the parasite.

 

ps- don't strike any matches during the process.

 

pps- doctors are fucking idiots, on;y good for fixing headaches and mixing plaster for broken limbs.

 

utube and google are the solution.


Edited by wadshooter, 07 January 2018 - 01:02 PM.

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#4 ladypat65

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Posted 07 January 2018 - 01:54 PM

Don't think i would be putting steriod cream on my thin skined dick.

You need to pay for a specialist who will know exactly what it is.

As well as getting tests done.



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Posted 07 January 2018 - 02:13 PM

As ladypat35 said go to a specialist (dermatologist), surprised your regular doctor didn't recommend it, maybe time for a switch there to.  Have to be careful with some of those creams, especially the ones with steroids in them.



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Posted 07 January 2018 - 02:18 PM

If you think you caught it in los, and your dr ain’t on the ball with it, might it not be a good idea to visit a respected knob dr in los who just might know more?
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Posted 07 January 2018 - 02:30 PM


Hope it works out for you.... but sorry mate... I do not understand why you let it go on for weeks and also trying out your self diagnosis with trying different creams instead of asking your Dr to refer you to a Specialist.

At least that would be a step in the right direction. As said.... hope it works out for you.
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Posted 07 January 2018 - 02:37 PM

Try cleaning the area with apple cider vinegar and let it dry properly.


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Posted 08 January 2018 - 07:27 AM

stop your self-experiments and the experiments of your GP.
spend the money for a specialist.
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Posted 08 January 2018 - 12:04 PM

Take this as an educational piece of advice and a warning:

Throughout my sexual career I have always been careful. I have never had bareback sex and always screen potential partners. If I see odd colours/spots on a private area, I will stay away from it. I always prided myself on my cleanness.

Recently, I started noticing something odd going on with my penis. It started to itch. I applied Canesten as I thought it might be thrush. I recently came out the hospital and was on a lot of anti-biotics so this proved common. Within a few weeks, I noticed more symptoms. Everytime I masturbated, my penis skin would flake and crack. There would be this odd 'white substance that would rest on my penis'. I put this down to dryness. I started applying different creames to sort it out. I used fungal creams as I thought it might be a fungal infection and so did my doctor. If you were to look at it, you would see nothing wrong. I have just noticed an increased amount of wrinkles on the foreskin.

This seemed to clear up the white substance that would rest on my penis. I noticed my private area was also producing an aggressive amount of smegma. I switched creams to Clotimizole with no luck. I then started using Fucidin H cream that was perscribed for my foot. Low and behold, this actually cleared it up. It had a steriod in it. Although the results did not last long.. I then used Dictarin cream which had no result. Using the medication is better than not, but after begining masturbating for a short time, my penis will just aggressively start flaking. 

Fast forward to now, after a sexual encounter my entire penis will flake. Today, I am completely giving up on the creams and ending my sexual adventures and punting career. The thing is, I never did bareback sex, but I did always did Oral without. I do not know where I got it from, but i have a hunch it was thailand. If I use Lube on it then it won't flake, it just is red raw.

A very weird thing about this entire scenario, is the flaking shows itself under a light only and sun light. It also doesn't even flake under a dark light. If it was a candle-lit room you wouldn't see it. In my room the lightbulb is darker than normal light bulbs, so i usually do not see it.This has proved to be extremely stressful when having high hopes that it was possibly cured. Although anywhere else, I will see the white flaking. This has been going on for the past 3 months now. I've lost hope that it is curable. I have scheduled a visit to the GUM clinic and cancelled my high anticipated trip to Thailand.

 

I have the impression my regular doctor just doesn't know what is going on. I do not think medicine/knowledge has come far in regards to penis problems. My female doctor just seemed embarrassed while looking at it and trying to diagnose it. 

Yeah I could just use condoms and get on with it.... but this isn't curing the problem. Unfortunately, sti clinics seemed to be closed till mid-jan where I am from, so i will have to wait till then although my hopes of them knowing what it is is low.

 

I understand i describe just symptoms, which makes the thing scary.

You've been experimenting with either butyl rubber or latex, haven't you?

 

Give it a rest for a while, the talc like substance used to prevent rubber degradation has struck up an allergy.

 

You're welcome and please consider.

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Edited by Thaiman12, 08 January 2018 - 12:37 PM.

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Posted 08 January 2018 - 12:32 PM

Sounds like a parasite. That is why the creams don't work, it is not a skin issue.

 

Dip the  whole thing in sump oil, it will suffocate the parasite.

 

ps- don't strike any matches during the process.

 

pps- doctors are fucking idiots, on;y good for fixing headaches and mixing plaster for broken limbs.

 

utube and google are the solution.

 

Hilarious. Thanks for the laugh.

 

Seriously, have an urologist look at it..

This experimenting with all sorts of creams and obscure medication puts your best piece in danger to become dysfunctinal. Or worse.

Go see a proper quack.

 

O.



#12 LarryLong

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Posted 08 January 2018 - 12:44 PM

You should go visit a tropical disease institute, mate.

I once picked up an exotic fungus in Cuba that was infesting my scrotum. No GP could figure out and I only finally got it solved/treated when I went to an institute specialised in tropical diseases.


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#13 Ben4454

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Posted 08 January 2018 - 07:23 PM

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I very much appreciate all of the advice that was given. This is what I am going to do with these pieces of information.

 

I am going to schedule a visit with a specialist dermatologist in London. I won't abandon this thread.. so I will post results.


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Posted 08 January 2018 - 08:52 PM

Will be interesting to hear what you caught, plus hopefully some idea as to how you got it. Thanks for sharing.



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Posted 09 January 2018 - 09:56 AM

from the symptoms, yeast might be spot-on.
in the recent years, drug-resistant yeast has become more widespread, that might explain why drugs don't make it go away.

seeing a dermatologist specialized in veneral diseases is the best course of action.

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Posted 09 January 2018 - 06:23 PM

Try hydrocortisone gel.

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Posted 10 January 2018 - 09:44 AM

I wasn't kidding about the apple cider vinegar, it really works especially for yeast and fungal type symptoms.



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Posted 11 January 2018 - 02:57 AM

I wasn't kidding about the apple cider vinegar, it really works especially for yeast and fungal type symptoms.

 

Agree ... I just used ACV to open, drain and remove a large cyst on my back.



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Posted 11 January 2018 - 09:54 AM

ACV used with a few drops of Oregano too, works a treat for fungal related rashes



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Posted 12 January 2018 - 06:52 PM

I had a similar issue a little while ago. I had a couple of partners at the time and assumed I'd picked up something.

Same symptoms: Dry flaking skin on my pens and scrotum, itching / burning sensation. Painful masturbation.

I tried a variety of creams and powders as well as having the Drs pontificate and waste my money.

Only after lots of suffering and extensive research did I conclude the problem was penile psoriasis being cause by a testosterone booster I was taking at the time.

I was so fixated to the location, my penis, and my sexual history that I overlooked the obvious until I started noticing other dry patches of skin on my body.

Try a weak cortisone- anti itch cream 2x per day for 3 days. If it gets better it's probably psoriasis.

Psoriasis is an auto immune thing so it can be hard to pinpoint the allergen / cause but it should at least be a consideration.

Check out the penile psoriasis forums and be horrified.

Hope this helps.
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