Hi.I am having a situation since last 2 years.
it occurs once in a year.The glans of my penis becomes red inflammed and somewhat itchy at frenulum.I do not get any problem in micturition or no pains at all.Only thing is when my underwear or jeans touches glans ,the sensation is of discomfort.This thing remains for a week or so.I applied everything from Antibacterial to anti fungal.I took oral medicines for Bacteria and Fungus also.But no effect.It goes on its own.The doctor told me that it is herpes.Now i have a wife and we never had sex outside our marraige life.so how come herpes occur to me?.
even after applying acyclovir ointment ,no decrease in Inflammation or redness.Only thing works is Diclefenac+ Paracetamol tablet.
Kindly tell me what is my problem>?
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