I am a newly married.Before two day while i was sex with my wife i had a small wound in my pennis. The wound place is on the bottom of the pennis at the contact of the skin. I am living in kottayam, Kerala. Give me the solution or which doctor i need to contact.
It is not clear whether you had the wound before you had contact with your wife or whether you sustained it during the course of contact.
If it is the latter then it may be a cut/graze due to force of penetration.All it requires is cleaning and application of an anti-bacterial cream.
If you had a wound prior to the marriage and if it seems to be a ulcer or associated with oozing or bleeding please contact a skin doctor immediately.
You can do so even if it is only a cut ssure yourself.
Thank you very much for your immediate and valuable suggestion. The wound happend latter the sex only. I need One more suggestion. Can i apply any anti-bacterial cream or any perticlular cream i need to apply.
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