Suddenly one day, a few beers, after urinating I felt a painful burning in the top of my penis.
Dr suspected candida and provided cream (Candistan/chlorimagole 1% and hydrocorizone 1%) and anti fungal medication, (Fluxanazole 50mg 1 X 14 days).
I had noticed some red markings on the glans.
The cream removed the red marking but the pain persists, lasts for a minute after urinating then subsides.
No other symptoms are present
Red markings, pain or itchy are usually a sign or thrush - yeast infections or possibly a urine infection. Try drinking lemon barely water maybe? it could be due to acidic urine maybe, the fact it subsides after a minute would suggest its acid related imo, im not expert but had similar issues myself about 6 months ago.
Also have you had a urine test to check for simple urine infections ?
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