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Red dots on penis that inflame after sex or masturbation

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Hi,

I'm in a long-distance relationship but whenever I meet with my girlfriend (who is a nurse) and we have sex afterwards both of us suffer from symptoms. She insists that it is me harbouring a bacterial infection that only shows symptoms when irritated which would seem to fit as the dots only appear after sex or masturbation. Anyone got any clues? Was thinking maybe its fungal and I should try clotrimazole? If bacterial what creams are available?

Many thanks!

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I have no idea. Good luck. I hope you get some help.

Do you have a smelly urine or itching?

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No nothing like that.

pls check your BS. if u find this after masturbation ,then your partner is free from infection.if after sex ,of course both need to check for UTI.( common for ladies.).

may b OTC ointments such as micanazole or candiderma + can b applied on the entire area.

for women vaginal candiderma can b used .IF UTI is confirmed, norflox 400 can b taken 2 times a day for 3 adays.you may get relief.

NOTE: if you feel burning or itching due to ointment , pls discontinue and consult doc-physician.

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Can you tell me what 'BS' stands for?

Thanks!

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What does BS stand for?

BLOOD SUGAR

No idea what it is, but get yourself checked out at your local STI clinic. 'hope it works out OK.

Hi mate, this happened to me and was actually thrush from my partner as she had it when she was pregnant! I used vagisil actually and it was like heaven! It stopped itching almost immediately and the rashing went away overnight. If you and your partner haven't treated thrush then it just keeps getting passed between you's. But there's mostly one carrier and both of you don't always need to get affected. So any one of you can be the carrier but you are the one that's affected. P.s. thrush is a yeast infection, so your partner may have a yeast problem. Is she diabetic?

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Show it to an urologist

Looks like thrush to me go to your local super market and get treatment for both of you if that fails go to a gp and seek there advice

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May be you masterbating in dry hand . You have not lubricated your hand .

Or have sex while her Virginia was dry

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