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Painful Retraction of Foreskin
I think I've got phimosis. My foreskin retraction is painful while erection. The frenulum feels tight and painful too. There are visible signs of inflammation, such as redness and swelling. Condition gets worse after having sex, which is painful too. I've used topical steroid cream (Betnovate N), but it has little effect.
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Consult a surgeon  or urologist. Go for blood sugar test. If it doesn't resolve with routine treatment, u may require surgery (circumscion).
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Though its unfortunate but common too and surgeon will resolve soon
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Dear Sir. Thanks for sending across your query. The concern you had is a very common issue arise in men. it can be easily curable with in 4-6 weeks . For your concern you have visit once at clinic or contact us.
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Patiten has to visit or contact us for his issue
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