Penis Skin Spits where head joins the shaft on top side.
I am a male, 55 yeas of age, not diabetic. I have had this problem for over two years. This problem resulted from sexual activity of the normal type, except the penis was very red after this encounter. She has no desease that I am aware of and I was tested for the usual sexual deseases sometime after this encounter and found to be OK. However, right at the top of my penis, where the head attaches to the shaft the skin keeps tearing apart along the rim. In spite of the fact that I have tried various antibiotic creams directly applied to the area, that location only heals over at the surface and the skin remains tissue thin. What can I do to strengthen the skin in that area. This problem pretty much excludes me from most sexual activity. After it rips open, it takes about four days for the skin to heal over. At the location where it heals over the rim between the head and the shaft is hardly visible at all.
What would you suggest. Is a skin graft necessary. Will surgery fix this problem.
There is no specific skin treatment that I know of to toughen penile skin. I advise regular moisturizing with Aquaphor ointment, perhaps a hiatus from sex for a couple of weeks, followed by lubrication before any future sex. You can consult a urologist, but I doubt that surgical options are available. Still, you may want to look into this if all else fails.
I suffer from this same problem- cracking of the skin between the penis and shaft. I have tried to use OTC lotions to no success. I feel that it is thin and cracks during sex. My dermatologist says he has seen this a few times and is not sure what it is but has treated it with 1% hydrocortisone and iodoquinol 1%.
I just got on this medication yesterday and can't speak to the results. Any thoughts on this medication correcting this problem or possibly causing others?
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