The glans penis is red, itching occasionally, and I feel frequent urination
At first, I found that there was a red glans penis, It starts to itch in a few days, but it’s not severe. I feel it occasionally at the end of the day. After a few days on the frequency of urination urgent, go to the hospital to check urine routine and color Doppler ultrasound are normal, the doctor prescribed prostatitis medicine to eat much better, but still have a feeling, especially after drinking water, want to urinate, now glans found that there are some white tiny crumbs like dead skin at the edge, how to treat the two have no relationship
In this case, the possibility of prepuce balanitis combined with lower urinary tract infection urethritis and even cystitis should be considered. If the symptoms are not completely relieved. It is recommended to continue anti-infection treatment. Oral antibiotics are the main choice, levofloxacin can be the first choice, urine culture should be done if necessary, and sensitive antibiotics should be selected according to drug sensitivity results.
First of all, you should pay attention to one thing. If you have no bad sexual behavior, then this situation may be inflammation of foreskin and glans penis caused by your own poor hygiene. For this symptom, it is recommended that you first use mupirocin ointment to apply to the affected part for treatment. Usually, you should often use warm water to wash it, and change your underwear frequently, and your diet should be light for the time being.
At present, it is mainly considered that there is a great possibility of prostatitis. In the near future, it is suggested to reduce the frequency of sex life and masturbation, and at the same time, give drugs for continuing oral treatment of prostatitis to stabilize its current symptoms before considering it, stop taking drugs, and then observe the changes in its later stage.
According to your description, consider balanitis combined with prostate inflammation infection. First of all, take balanitis exfoliated cells for testing, determine the specific cause of infection, and choose sensitive drugs for symptomatic treatment. There is no direct relationship between balanitis and prostatitis, so different drugs should be selected for treatment.