I gave my boyfriend a yeast infection..he's had it 4 about 4 days now and its getting worse...We tried using warm salt water but it didn't work and now things are just getting worse...is there something he can take to get rid of it...He has like a rash on his penis head and some tiny rash looking things around the rim of his shaft and sometimes he has build up...also when he pulls it back it stings a bit....any suggestions
youch ok nystatin it is a drug that is prescribed by the dr comes in rub on for also keep it dry! Apple cider vinegar and also apply this to the affected area!thn wash it off after a bit. Also eat non sweet yogurt. Bacteria fights yeast. And as hard as it may be keep that puppy dry fungus thrives on moisture so baby powder if you have to! And go to the dr please before it gets up in your urethra. Don't be prideful go to the health dept or somewhere you need nystatin or something of the sort. Keeping it dry alone wont help nystatin will. Hope it helps.
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