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willy31

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Penis infection
« on: November 07, 2019, 09:49:59 PM »

Hi everyone,

I have a new problem that needs to be solved. I think I got an penis infection. I was not able to stop myself from masturbating. I did it less often, but still too much. Tuesday 5th, I masturbated and bled. I cut myself on the penis. My skin is very thin due to an autoimmune skin disease. It happens to me sometimes to have cuts on the skin of the penis and to bleed. But this time, the place where I cut myself inflated, swollen and became a big bump on my penis. It must also be mentioned that it had been a week since I had washed. I went to the hospital. They said it could take a minimum of 48 hours before it turns into an infection. They did not want to give me oral antibiotics. They gave me a cream of antibiotics to apply 2 times a day (Fucidin ointment: sodium fusidate ointment 2% - topical antibiotic). I have applied it 5 times until now. However, I am worried. It's still swollen and it's even worse. It stings, it burns.

Is it dangerous if it becomes infectious? I know that some creams can cause even more fibrosis in the penis. Does this cream have this side effect? Do you have a better solution? Any advice?

Thank you!
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General fibrosis through much of my penis made worse by an injection.
My only treatments so far are Pentox 400mg for many months with no improvement.

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Re: Penis infection
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2019, 10:28:03 PM »

I personally would apply it more often if it's indicated to help(they always are conservative with the recommendations) 

Anti-inflammatory can help too(if it's no problem with your disease). (Iodine can go transdermal but could burn)
(I have a tread about transdermals that requires DIY-check my threads)

Obviously if it becomes infectious it's dangerous.(go again to the doc)

Also buy yourself a fleshlight or other toy to avoid skin cuts in the future.
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Re: Penis infection
« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2019, 10:42:46 PM »

This can become very serious. Wash your penis thoroughly, take the prescription they gave you and if it worsens go to the emergency department again. Don't let this progress into a major infection...
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