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Red bumps on glans, white patches on tongue and itches just under the glans .

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  • Posted By: going_crazy1
  • September 20, 2010
  • 09:40 PM

About one a half year ago I noticed a small bump on my penis glan ,which I initially ignored. After they got multipied I went to see my GP and around the same time I got a small white patch on my tongue. The GP gave me some tube and oral suspension thinking that it was thrush. The spots or the patch did not go away.Then I went to see the doctor a few times more and was told that it was nothing to worry about.I got appointment with a Sexual Health Clinic and I was given Hydrocortisone cream to apply on the glans. The spots went away after a couple of weeks but reappeared. I tried the cream again but noticed thinning of the glans.I have researched internet and haven't seen a single image which resembles to my condition.I once had chlymedia and tested a few months after I took medicine ,it turned out negative.
The patch on the tonge has not enlarged neither do the spots itch.But only one area under the glans itch ,not a very bad itch. The itch goes away for a while when i rub it. Kindly let me know what I can use instead of Hydrocotisone 1%. Will be looking forward to your reply.
P.S -I have been told by all the doctors ,not to worry but all gave me different meds and creams. There are no pictures on internet which resemble my condition.

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