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smelly penis
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Nedda - September 8

hi ladies! i just wanted to know, it is about my boyfriend, he has this smelly penis. i can't just ask him about it, feels awkward. i noticed the odorous smell like a week ago.


Ida - September 8

ugh, that is awful. yes, it is really kind of hard to ask your bf directly, i would feel the same way too.


diva - September 8

there is a specific cause why his penis smells a little fishy stink.


liz - September 9

maybe he has poor hygiene and probably a skin infection that is.


Gretta - September 9

is it only the stinky smell that bothers you? are there any signs of something more serious like skin rashes around his penile?


kathleen - September 9

is he circumcised or uncircumcised? if he is uncircumcised, it could be the smell comes from accumulation of sebum that collects in moist areas of the genitalia.


terri - September 10

after he takes a bath, he needs to dry up his penis and the surrounding area with clean towel to avoid moisture trap creating that foul smell.


maine - September 10

circumcised/uncircumcised, men can have bad smell down there just like women.


edelyn - September 10

if it smells fishy, he may have developed a urinary tract infection which causes foul-smelling urine.


lippie - September 10

be comfortable to tell it to your bf. there are ways to eliminate the penis odor. washing regularly with mild soap and making sure the area is dry before putting on clothing.


tyra - September 11

underwear can also contribute to that bad smell down there. it is important to wear something that is made from natural fabrics like cotton.


chloe - September 11

sometimes smelly penis can also associated with having too much pubic hair that can trap heat, perspiration and urine.


bellagreen - November 24

It is likely a sign of UTI. To identify an UTI, keep an eye out for the following symptoms:

A burning feeling when you urinate
A frequent or intense urge to urinate, even though little comes out when you do
Pain or pressure in your back or lower abdomen
Cloudy, dark, bloody, or strange-smelling urine
Feeling tired or shaky
Fever or chills (a sign the infection may have reached your kidneys)

As for treatment of UTI, antibiotics are the most common but it will cause drug resistance and can be easily recurrent. Herbal medicine like Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill maybe a better option compared with antibiotics, because it is made from Chinese herbs without any side effects and drug resistance.

Besides, cranberry juice has been shown to be effective on treating UTI. Thus, it's recommended to drink some cranberry juice each day. It can help relieve symptoms and prevent recurrences.



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