On males who are not circumsized can yeast infections include little cuts on the skin covering the head?

April 28th, 2011 by Emily

Question: On males who are not circumsized can yeast infections include tiny cuts on the skin covering the head?
I am a male and when i get yeast infections i will get tiny cuts on the skin that covers my head on the inside. Is that normal? Inside of my forskin.

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2 Comments on “On males who are not circumsized can yeast infections include little cuts on the skin covering the head?”

  1. youdamnedkid says:

    Yep, pretty much. What you describe sounds pretty standard.

    I feel for ya, dude.

  2. trebla_5 says:

    That doesn’t sound quite normal, and if you get yeast infections frequently then you shouldn’t. You need to retract your foreskin and wash the area underneath with water and mild soap at least once a day, but not excessively. Dry the area with a towel. This should limit/decrease/eliminate yeast infections completely. If you’re getting little cuts then you need to let them heal without moving the foreskin around too much. Check out the links, especially the second one.

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