Its just on the left side of the urinary hole where it becomes sensitive. No swelling, no bumps, no mole etc. Just a very small area( may be less than a millimeter) became sensitive. It feels when touch any hard cloth. No pain or no discharge at all. Shape is normal. I consulted with a Urologist who concluded that its a kind of allergy. He suggested me an Anti Allergy along with Betnovit-N to apply on the effected area. But, still its not back to normal.
Well, this could be a sign of infection, inflammation etc. If your doctor thinks it is probably due to an allergy, it is likely to be so. This may take some time to heal and it is advised to use the ointments for atleast two weeks, before considering a review with your doctor.
Hope this helps.
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