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    iThinkUrock posted:
    Hi, I had protected sex 3 months ago. About 2 weeks after the sex my penis started smelling like fish. Very badly. Very very badly.

    After researching online, I figured it could be a male yeast infection, so I put Monistat 7 on it for a week, during the Monistat 7 usage the smell went away, but after I stopped using it, the smell came back.

    After using Monistat and Jock Itch cream (the Jock Itch cream didn't make it go away as much as the Monistat), and eating yogurt, it got worse and now there is a painful red ring half way around the head of the penis and the skin is peeling.

    I figured that wasn't good, so I went into the doctors office and got tested for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and Trich. All were negative.

    Tomorrow I am going to call my doctor and ask him what to do. What should I tell him to prescribe me?
     
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    iThinkUrock responded:
    Also, I forgot to mention that I have some clear discharge.
     
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    elle0317 responded:
    "What should I tell him to prescribe me?" That's not how it works, he should be figuring out what is wrong and telling YOU what to take. We cannot test or diagnose you over the internet, your Dr can. Continue to follow-up with him.


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