February 17, 2008
Yeast infection causes serious male penis diseases … including painful urination and impotence
What can happen if you don’t treat your yeast infection?
At best you will only keep on dealing with the itch
But in a worst case scenario you can develop
- Balanitis xerotica obliterans and/or
- Phimosis and/or
Here is what they are, as explained in the prestigious Merck Manual of Medical Information
“Balanitis xerotica obliterans (is a) chronic inflammation causing a hardened, whitish area near the tip of the penis. Usually the cause is not known but it results from an infection (like a yeast infection) or an allergic reaction. The opening of the urethra is surrounded by this hard white skin, which ultimately blocks the flow of urine and semen. Anti-bacterial or anti-inflammatory creams may cure the inflammation BUT OFTEN THE URETHERA MUST BE RE-OPENED SUGICALLY”
It does sound like nothing a guy would want!
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If the spectre of urine and semen blockage has not yet got you thinking, how about phimosis?
Some facts about it, as per same source:
“Phimosis is a shrinking or tightening of the foreskin. The condition is normal in newborns and infants, and it usually resolves by puberty without treatment. In older males phimosis might result from prolonged irritation (as a chronic yeast infection will create). Because the tightened foreskin cannot be retracted it may interfere with urination and sexual activity. The usual treatment is adult circumcision.”
Wouldn’t want that, would you?
Is paraphimosis a tamer animal? This is what Merck says about it:
“In Paraphimosis the retracted foreskin can no longer be pulled back over the head of the penis. The cure is circumcision”
It sounds like the same thing, only more so.
Taking risks is a guy thing … but taking these risks are dumb. The clever man knows when to play the ball and when to change his game plan. The best game plan for a yeast infection remains …. a natural Yeast Infection Cure.