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I have recently become victim of friction burns on the shaft of my penis. There's a few small circular burns and it only hurts when me and my gf try to have sex. What's the best cream (if there is one) to curing this and the best way to prevent it from flaring up again.

I am nervous to have sex again and I feel like my gf is unsatisfied.
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An ordinary antiseptic / 'for sores and scratches' cream will be fine.

You're better off having other forms of sex until this heals, especially if you are using condoms as the creams tend to be oil-based. Then use lube!
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An ordinary antiseptic / 'for sores and scratches' cream will be fine.

You're better off having other forms of sex until this heals, especially if you are using condoms as the creams tend to be oil-based. Then use lube!
Thanks, I am using bepanthen. Will this be ok to use?
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An ordinary antiseptic / 'for sores and scratches' cream will be fine.

You're better off having other forms of sex until this heals, especially if you are using condoms as the creams tend to be oil-based. Then use lube!
Also it kind of burns when I put it on, I'm guessing this is a sign that it is working...
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Also it kind of burns when I put it on, I'm guessing this is a sign that it is working...
I'm the wrong person to ask about brand names, but the sensation is a sign that it's needed and not doing anything to aggravate it would be a very good idea.

Give it a few days, and you should see a definite improvement.
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I'm the wrong person to ask about brand names, but the sensation is a sign that it's needed and not doing anything to aggravate it would be a very good idea.

Give it a few days, and you should see a definite improvement.
Ok thanks for your help.

If there is anyone else that can give advice too that would be much appreciated.
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