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Help, 7yo ds has an itchy willy, is there anything we can do?

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WideWebWitch Sat 26-Mar-05 18:51:39

Is there? Dp suggested a shower and giving it a wash, which ds has done but it's still itching. Is there anything I can give him or put on it? Also, he can't retract his foreskin, is he supposed to be able to at his age? TIA for any advice. He's saying he won't be able to sleep it's bothering him so much, I'm feeling a bit worried.

HappyMumof2 Sat 26-Mar-05 18:54:34

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WideWebWitch Sat 26-Mar-05 18:55:41

Ekk, no I haven't got canestan, but my step sister round the corner might, I'll ring her. Thanks. He's had balanitis before, I don't think it's that, it looks different.

HappyMumof2 Sat 26-Mar-05 18:56:26

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lou33 Sat 26-Mar-05 18:58:33

could it be balanitis? Ds2 had it, he was prescribed anti bitics which did the trick

bethski Sat 26-Mar-05 19:15:16

sounds like it was the same thing my ss was complaining of a few months back and that turned out to be thrush. He had canesten to put on it - if I remember rightly, he was able to pull his foreskin back a bit and put the cream on, but TBO, I gibbed out of supervising that one and got my husband to help him instead.

essbee Sat 26-Mar-05 19:17:40

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essbee Sat 26-Mar-05 19:17:54

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HappyMumof2 Sat 26-Mar-05 19:18:50

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jambo1707 Sat 26-Mar-05 19:32:14

Give him cranberry juice also, this helps to flush out any underlying infection and thrush

WideWebWitch Sat 26-Mar-05 19:38:43

Thank you everyone. I think Sainsbury's pharmacy is still open so I'll send dp to get some or some advice. ds is saying it's still painful.

WideWebWitch Sun 27-Mar-05 11:28:25

Canesten worked, thanks, I wouldn't have thought about it if it wasn't for you lot! Phew!

HappyMumof2 Sun 27-Mar-05 19:43:57

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