hi, i have had a inflamed tip of the penis for nealy 3 year it seems quite mild as it took 3 month to cause any discomfort it burns when moist or when irratated bye showel gel, i only wash with water now, it looks a brownish colour around the tip and a few red blotches allover the glans when irrated.
i went to the doctor he said it was a mild case of thrush and prescribe me Daktarin active cream, i used this for over 3 week and it didnt seem to work i fort it was after 2 week but the next day it was back to the same as when i started, after that ive tried canesten, clotrimazole and doktarcort wich seem to iratate it more probaly the steriod in it.
im currently using lamisil because i fort it might be zole resistant, and i have got sum bacitracin waiting on hand if lamasil is no use in case it might be sum sort ofbacteria,
had std check all negative and urine sample negative
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