Welcome to the Forum. I am sorry but I am not sure what your question is. If it has to do with the smell you detect when you pull back your foreskin, then this could certainly be related to the bacteria that are found in that area and the hygienic measures (soap and water, followed by drying) are the right way to address this. What you may have could indeed be balanitis.
As for herpes, there is nothing in your post to suggest you have herpes and the sexual exposures that you report put you at low risk for herpes. Furthermore, anti-herpes creams have little benefit for balanitis. I suspect you do not need to use the cream. You may wish to get a type-specific blood test for herpes such as a herpes select if you are concerned about HSV but as of this time, I see no reason for concern. EWH
I'd say to go to the doctor again.
doctor, thanks for your quick response. my only worry was that of using the Herperax (acyclovir) cream. is it used in other treatment other than herpes? If wanted to go for consulting what doctor should I visit? Internal Medicine or Urologist?
I appreciate your support.
The acycolvir is active only for HSV.
I would see and internist or genitourinary medicine doctor. EWH