I have penile fungal... what can I buy to make it go away??? Its been burning and hurting when I pull my skin back... noticed it when I showered.. igot it from my gf. She got clortimazole and betamethasone cream but I heard thats bad to use on the penis.. I would really appreciate your help.and im 100% sure its fungus cause she has a yeast infection and passed it on to me.
Hi Jaybell, do yourself a big favor. When is comes to penis concerns, please go to a doctor and have it checked out so it can be diagnosed and treated with the proper medication other wise this could be passed back and forth.
Hi Jay, You should have gone with your g/f, and both been treated at the same time, this way it stops it yo yoing back and going forth between you both, so be quick, just get off to your doctor.
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