Good afternoon to everyone today I woke up as usual I get up and immediately go to the restroom as I was urinating it burned I pulled down the skin of my penis and saw what looked like dry white stuff on the head of my penis , I wahed it off and what was covered by this white dry stuff stood red. It was around the head of my penis and the skin that covers the heax. I freaked out I have been checking my penis since the morning and when I got home I took a shower the redness of my penis has subsided only a little bit of the skin remains red im going to the doc tomorrow the burning persist its been almost 4 weeks since my exposure not sure if this is a sign of something when I go to the doc tomorrow I dont know what test I should ask for it kinda sounds like a yeast infection but I wouldnt know I think it happened to me once a long time ago
Hi, Go with the advise that Vance and the doctor suggested. Both of them know what they are talking about.
Vance has been reading and reply to these concerns here for over 5 years and the doctor is a trained board certified professional and with matters of this nature i would not second guess him..
If you used protection with the girl then most likely got the fungal from somewhere else.
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