I am a circumcised 35 yr old man. I developed a rash on my penis around three months ago that was red and sore. I saw a dermatologist who diagnosed candidosis? He prescribed alconazale cream and polysporin. The redness/soreness cleared up quickly but as it went away I began developing squiggly white/skin colored tissue under the foreskin. It is painless but does itch a little. It looks like very thin scar tissue in squiggly patterns and seems to be working its way around the foreskin area only. It is very disturbing.
I have researched std's and don't recognize this condition and I am also in a monogomous relationship for over 15 years. Do you know what this could be?
I don't recognize it either. I'm guessing that these changes were there before but you didn't look carefully until you had the rash. I know you wrote that the changes seem to be extending around the foreskin, but I don't know of any skin conditions that sound like this. Certainly whatever this is is not a co sequence of yeast, which doesn't change the skin in any permanent way. I'm confident you don't have anything serious, but you will need to show the problem to a doctor, presumably the one who treated the candida (yeast.)
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