I am an uncircumsized male and have had problems, off and on, with lesions on the foreskin on my penis. In the past my urologist has said cicumcision is the solution. Since that is such a drastic step to take, I wonder if there are other options. Have been taking "Threelac" and thymic protein powders daily for the past monnth or so. I take a myriad of supplements and nutrients daily and am a "clean" eater.
I had the same problem. My doctor said use Vitamin E (in liquid form 4000IU). Vitamin E is found at any store by the hand creams and lotions (ask someone). Just Rub on the foreskin, pull foreskin back and rub on head. Also, if you wash penis with soap, stop. This dries it up and causes cracking. Just wash with water. When having sex use a KY gel.
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