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Last Updated: 04 May 2022
approach to balanitis/balanoposthitis: current guidelines. "approach to balanitis/balanoposthitis: current guidelines.", by Pandya I, Shinojia M, Vadukul D, Marfatia YS. F1: Herpetic balanitis...

Balanitis is a skin irritability on the head of the penis that can impact boys and men. It's not usually major, but you must see your general practitioner if you think you or your child has balanitis. Balanitis impacts the head of the foreskin and the penis. Some adults might have a tight foreskin that won't draw back. You can get on your own looked into at a sex-related wellness facility if you are worried since you have recently had unguarded sex, or sex with a new partner. If you have balanitis by looking at your penis and asking a couple of concerns, your General practitioner ought to be able to tell. If therapy doesn't start to work within seven days, your GP may recommend some tests. If your general practitioner isn't certain what's triggering your balanitis, they might refer you to: a skin specialist called a skin specialist; a urologist, who treats penis issues; a sexual health center. Circumcision might be advised in rare cases where a child maintains getting balanitis.

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