Penis mycosis - antifungal drugs for men

Mycosis of the penis, mycosis of the foreskin, mycosis of the glans, or maybe mycosis of the scrotum? Candidiasis of the penis can manifest itself in different places and each form of its occurrence requires pharmacological treatment. The fungus on the penis is treated with both prescription drugs and over-the-counter preparations that can be purchased at the pharmacy. This disease has different stages, so the drug for mycosis of the penis should be selected by a specialist. If you feel that this problem applies to you, be sure to consult your doctor!

Penile mycosis symptoms

  • Discomfort during intercourse
  • Burning when urinating
  • Redness and swelling of the glans
  • Itching and irritation of the penis

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Mycosis of the penis - questions and answers

  • What does penile mycosis look like?

      Ringworm on the penis most often appears as a red itchy rash and red, scaly patches on the skin. This is not a specific symptom of this disease, so it is worth consulting a doctor.
  • Penile mycosis how to treat?

      Mycosis of the penis or mycosis of the testicles should be treated immediately. You should maintain a high level of personal hygiene, wear breathable underwear and take appropriate medications for mycosis in men. The most popular preparations are ointments. Clotrimazole ointment for men is the most frequently chosen preparation.
  • Penile mycosis drug - which is the best?

      Ringworm medications for men are usually topical preparations. When there is a mycosis of the penis, medications are special liquids, an ointment for mycosis of the penis, or a cream. Penile mycosis medications usually contain fluconazole, clotrimazole, econazole, ketoconazole, miconazole.
  • Penile mycosis home treatment - is it possible?

      Penis mycosis requires pharmacological treatment. It is best to consult a doctor who will prescribe the appropriate therapy. Penile mycosis home treatment does not really exist and is based on activities supporting pharmacological treatment. The symptoms of mycosis of the penis can be alleviated by gently washing yourself with lukewarm water, avoiding washing agents during therapy, thoroughly drying the perineum after bathing, and wearing non-adherent underwear.
  • Why does mycosis appear on the penis?

      Penile mycosis can have many causes. One of them is unprotected sexual intercourse with a person suffering from candidiasis. The second important reason is the frequent use of antibiotics, corticosteroids and antidepressants. The fungus on the penis can also be the result of diabetes, poor hygiene and diseases that weaken the immune system.
  • Is penile candidiasis contagious?

      Yes. Yeast on the penis can appear after unprotected sexual intercourse, visiting the toilet or even in the swimming pool.
  • What doctor when a fungal infection of the penis appears?

      When the symptoms suggest that we have been affected by penile mycosis, it is necessary to consult a doctor. This may be a dermatologist, urologist or family doctor. Due to the fact that the diagnosis is made on the basis of an interview with the patient, teleconsultation at will also be an ideal solution.
  • Penile mycosis treatment - how long does it take?

      When there is a fungal infection of the penis, treatment usually lasts 3 to 7 days. Untreated penis mycosis may self-heal, but it is extremely rare and lasts much longer.
  • Candida of the penis - what are the consequences of not treating it?

      Recurrent mycosis of the penis and the lack of effective treatment can cause problems in the form of epididymitis, prostate hyperplasia, and even infertility. Chronic mycosis of the penis is dangerous for the proper functioning of the genitourinary system.