Scab on Penis, STD, Friction Burn Scabs on Shaft, Pictures, Remedies

Scab on the penis is simply the final stage of healing pimples, bumps, blisters or penile sores. Open wounds may also result from too much masturbation or friction when having dry sex.

Sexually transmitted diseases (STD, STI) like herpes bumps on penis and penile blisters with discharge can also cause scabbing on penis, scrotum or the ball sac during the final stages of treatment.

Here are some causes and how to get rid of scab on the penile head, shaft or the foreskin fast

A scab is a dark red or brown rough, dry crusty protective layer that forms over a bruised, cut or wound skin when it is healing. A scab on penis head, shaft or a scab on testicles should never be ignored.

Immediately any pain is felt on the private part even before scabbing seek immediate medical advice for a proper diagnosis

Any penile discomfort can be related symptoms of very serious STDs which can be very fatal if not treated with caution. In this article, we will discuss some of the causes of scabs on the penis and areas around it, causes and treatment.

Causes of scab on Penis

It is important to note that the penis head or the “dick head” is very sensitive due to its smooth, shiny and moist nature. It is therefore easy to scar when subjected to any friction due to its light and sensitive nature.

Scabs can also be simply described as dried blood or serum that forms over an open wound as it heals.

It is only kept moist in most un-circumcised individuals compared to circumcised ones since it is only exposed during sexual intercourse.

In circumcised individuals, it is important to avoid rough undergarments since the foreskin does not cover the glans penis from any friction and abrasions.

Dry vagina during sexual intercourse

When having sex and the vagina dries up in the process, it is easy to cause bruises on the penis from the push and pull friction. It is highly advisable to keep the vagina wet.

This helps in keeping the friction away and also reduces the chances of transmitting any STDs from the intercourse.

The friction of having sex while the vagina is not wet can cause sores on the penis that later heal to form scabs. In this case, it is good to nurse the wounds and let them heal naturally. In case the female or the male has any infections, it might be easily transmitted through the sores.

Masturbating can cause scab on penis

During masturbation or wanking off, the hands might easily dry due to increased friction in the process. This can easily result in scab formation on the penis head or shaft. This is also known as friction burn scab on penile head or shaft.

Tight undergarments.

Tight undergarments, especially for circumcised individuals, should the avoided. The friction formed from the sweat moisture and the skin can easily cause sores that will later heal to form scabs.

STD scabs on penis

Almost all STDs are associated with rushes that result in blisters that scab on the penile shaft and head. When those STD bumps are healing, they cause STD scabs on penis head, shaft, ball sac or the scrotum sac. Below are overviews of few related symptoms that connect them to scab on the penis.

Syphilis

Syphilis can result in various types of rushes that tend to be itchy. When scratched, they turn into open wounds that later scab while under treatment.

Gonorrhea  

Gonorrhea also gives rushes on the penis as one of its symptoms this rushes also end up forming scabs. This can be itchy and cause red irritated open lesions on the penile shaft that may keep spreading

Herpes  

One of the major herpes symptoms is the appearance of rush that looks like small blisters on penis with discharge that quickly break open. This can cause a very painful sore on penis resulting in small red sores. This will often scab as others quickly form around the scabs.

HIV  

HIV, on the other hand, is always associated with different rashes or skin symptoms. It is important to note that all forms of rushes always lead to open wounds that end drying up to form crusty scabs from the discharge they produce.

The main point here is that any sexually transmitted diseases or sexually transmitted infections that cause STD bumps on the penis or scrotum will heal at some point.

While they are healing, they are likely to scab. When this is happening, try and be gentle on them until they heal to avoid peeling scabs. This will also help in keeping away infections.

Circumcision

Almost all circumcised men get annual scars on their penile shaft. The scar may be near the penile head or down the shaft and scabbing from cars is commonly reported among circumcised males.

However, after circumcision, the penile glans sensitive surface forms tough skin. This tough skin is a dry and thick layer of keratin that makes the penis less sensitive. The keratin layer is more prone to scars compared to the natural foreskin.

Pubic Lice (crabs)

This is brown very tiny lice that grab onto the pubic hair and lie flat on the skin. Some are microscopic and lie against the hairless penis skin in this case. They are not easily rubbed off since the hold on pretty good and must be picked off of washed off by appropriate medicated chemicals.

Pubic lice cause red itchy spots were they feed. Itching results in sores that later form scabs in their healing process. Some Patients confuse the Pubic lice with scabs since the have very little movement and tend to cling on one spot for so long. They only move very slowly to the next area when done the feeding.

Dry anal sexual intercourse.

Unless recommended lubes are used during anal sex, there are high risks of suffering severe sores from the friction which may scab heavily on the sensitive outer layer of the penis. Those who are into anal sex should always make sure they are well lubricated and try to be as gentle as possible.

Male yeast infection

Yeast infection is known as a common infection among women. However, do yeast infection also affect men? Yes, men also get yeast infection which commonly results to the penis head inflammation. Male yeast infection can cause yeast infection bumps that may cause scab on penis while healing.

Yeast infection in men is caused by candida, which is a fungus present on the skin and is notorious in moist skin and is common among uncircumcised men due to the moist foreskin.

One of yeast infection in men is an itchy burning sensation that is reddish when scratched. This turns into an open wound that may result in a scan on the penis.

 Psoriasis on the foreskin and scrotum

Psoriasis is a skin condition that alters the cells life cycle on the skin by causing the skin cells to rapidly build faster than they are supposed to.

This results in silvery thick scales on the skin. These thick layers are characterized by reddish patches that are dry and in some cases, they are very painful. When scratched and the dry skin breaks up, open wounds are formed that tend to scab.

According to mayo clinic, “the treatment aims at stopping or slowing down the rate of skin cell multiplication. Psoriasis has no cure but treating it has a very good relief effect. Using creams treatments like nonprescription cortisone cream and skin exposure to minimal natural sunlight is also handy in improving on the symptoms”

Scab on Penis Shaft, Foreskin Caused by Healing Blisters on Penis
Scab on Penis Shaft, Foreskin Caused by Healing Blisters on Penis

Human scabies can cause scab on penis head, shaft and testicles 

Microscopic scabies mite attaches its self on the skin and with time lays eggs to multiply.

In most victim or patients, the skin reacts by forming intense itching and pimple-like bumpy rashes. This, when scratched, open up into sores that cause scabs on the penis.

Contact dermatitis or eczema

This basically results from allergy. The penis skin may react to certain undergarments that are used regularly. This normally causes the penile skin to dry up causing it to crack. Scabs then form on the cracks or along the cracks.

How to get rid of scab on penis head, shaft, Scrotum Skin

Treating and getting rid of scabs on the penis head shaft or scrotum sac should be done under the supervision of a doctor. It is important to avoid tight undergarments that may peel off the scabs. This will only lead to prolonged healing.

1. Antibiotics

In case the scabs formed without any physical injury like friction from a dry vagina or masturbating, it is important to seek medical attention and have antibiotics prescribed depending on the type of infection or STD.

Some sexually transmitted disease may cause reoccurrence of the wounds leading to a recurrence of scabs from time to time.

2. Moisture

While nursing scabs on the penis, it is important to keep the area clean, however, avoid giving the scabs a moist environment. After taking a bath, gently wipe off any water and avoid dump undergarments.

Scabs heal off faster in a dry environment. Applying a gentle powder on the area around the groin is also a good idea to help suck any sweat from the body.

3. Undergarments

Choosing undergarments with 100% cotton is the best in order to help in absorbing any sweat on the penis and around it. Walking without good undergarments may result in friction of the pants and the scabs which may cause them to peel off.

When this happens, the healing wounds will take longer to heal. Re-scabbing on the same spot can also cause open wounds on the penis or scrotum sac that can be infected.

When a scabbing pimple on penis or ball sac is peeled off by tight undergarments, it will also become itchy and painful due to the sweaty moisture that is salty.

4. STDs checkups to verify causes of scab on penis head.

Any rushes that end up scabbing should be checked out by a dermatologist to verify any cases of sexually transmitted diseases. This helps not only in treating the scabs but also to avoid fatal end results.

5. Have protected sex during treatment of scab on penis, shaft, and testicles.

While treating scabs on the penis and around the penile areas, it is important to have protected sexual intercourse to avoid further infections from that might worsen the condition.

Those scabs are healing wounds that should be given time to heal. Peeling scabs on pens or ball sac will cause these wounds to take longer time to heal. If possible, avoid rough sexual activities or masturbation until you have completely healed.

6. Hygiene around the penis and groin

This helps to avoid any fungal habitats that will promote the occurrence of infections that lead to scabs formation. It is also very important to observe hygiene on undergarments and if possible change them frequently during treatment of scabs on the penis head, shaft, testicles and the groin arrears.

7. Antifungal creams and steroid ointments

Most scabbing results from fungal infection on the penis that causes the skin to be itchy and dry. When scratched, it cracks due to stretching. Anti-fungal creams like clotrimazole can really make a difference in such cases.

This may be used under doctor’s prescription when scabs on the penis as around it are caused by contact dermatitis or eczema.

8. Aloe Vera extracts as a natural home remedy.

Applying Aloe Vera as a home remedy on bruises and scabs on the foreskin for uncircumcised patients can help a lot in easing pain and prevent further scabbing. It also soothes discomfort from the itchy dry scabs and can be used as follows:

  • Extract the aloe vera juice from a fresh aloe plant
  • Clean the scabbed area and apply the juice extract using a clean cotton bud.
  • Gently rinse using warm water after about 15-20 minutes.

It is important to visit a doctor as soon as possible for proper diagnosis.

9. Apple cider vinegar as a natural home remedy

Use of apple cider vinegar is known for improving cell growth and also maintains a good PH balance. For uncircumcised patients on the foreskin can be beneficial. Below is how apple cider vinegar can be used as a home remedy to remove scab on penis head, shaft, or ball sac.

  • Mix 5ml of apple cider vinegar with 50ml water
  • Using a cotton ball, apply on the scabbed area.
  • Gently rinse off and dry off using a clean towel to avoid moisture on the undergarment.
  • This can be repeated 1-2 times a day for better results.
Scab on penis shaft, foreskin formed from healing herpes, PICTURE
Scab on penis shaft, foreskin formed from healing herpes, PICTURE

Preventing Scab on Penis Shaft, Foreskin and Testicle Sack

When you have penile eczema on your head, it is possible to ensure that this does not spread to other areas. You can achieve this by:

1. Moisturizing

With moisturizing, you have no option but to repeat it a few times each day. When your skin is properly hydrated, it does not flake or begins to peel. This will help in getting rid of eczema on the penis and cure it fast.

Moisturizing helps in eliminating all itchiness as well as accompanying discomfort. You can use creams and oils that do not contain fragrances or alcohol to moisturize the skin. Products with alcohol and fragrances may contribute to increased irritation.

2. Do not scratch

Scratching and rubbing the skin surface that is already irritated will only lead to increased tears while increasing your risks of becoming infected.

Men will need to apply additional moisturizer on affected parts as well as use cold compresses on a regular bases

In rare cases, it may be recommended that you use oral antihistamines. However, this must be prescribed by a professional, as consuming them without a prescription could lead to serious health complications for you.

If you cannot prevent scratching, you should consider wearing a light pair of gloves before heading to bed.

3. Breathable clothing

A person prone to getting penile dermatitis will need to breathable clothing all the time. The clothing should have fabrics that allow the skin to breathe, as it should. This type of clothing will help in eliminating the initial symptoms of this condition.

Whatever the condition of your penile dermatitis, you should not leave this condition untreated. Neglecting it will make it worse.

Remember to visit a see doctor for proper diagnosis as scabs on the penis should never be taken lightly. We wish you the best of luck with your health as no man would like to lose this important organ. Most patients get confused about having STDs and just having scabs from other infections.

Scab on penis head, foreskin or penile shaft can be defined as clots of blood that are caused by healing bumps, blisters or pimples on penis. The clotting is aided by platelets in the blood.

Scabs can only occur where there are sores or open wounds that are healing. When infected. the can be filled with puss and become very painful. We will also look at how to get rid of penile scabs naturally fast using home remedies and treatment.

In general, scabs are caused on top of any healing would or open sore on the skin. Scabs help in covering open wounds from foreign infections. Their main purpose is to keep the wound dry and help in healing faster.

When open sores caused by pimples or STD bumps on penis head, shaft or the ball sac are healing, scabs will form on them to help them heal naturally faster

Penile scabs occur due to different causes. Some are outright injuries caused by whatever activities we partake in, while others are caused by different infections.

These scabs can appear as black formations, red, or even cream. This will be dependent on the kind of discharge coming out of the sores and the length of time the scabs could have been there.

Scabs are dry and crusty and due to their rough nature, they can easily stick onto garments and peel off due to friction. The result would be a sharp tingly pain.

Causes of scabs will also depend on the type of skin you have and how your immune system deals with open sores on the skin. They could be as a result of wounds caused by sexually transmitted infections, masturbation, physical trauma, and many other causes that we will discuss deeper as we move on.

We will also look at how to go about handling the various kinds of scabs, how to prevent them, and how to treat them at home (Natural and Home Remedies).

Scabs may peel and fall of on their own when the wound is on its final natural healing stage. Some scabs may also take time to heal depending on a number of factors like;

  • low immunity
  • infection on the wound
  • untreated underlying disease like STDs that may have caused the scabs to appear on penis or scrotum sac.

Some scabs may take too long to heal and may really cause a lot of worries. It is therefore to seek the advice of a healthcare provider.

Causes of Scab on penis, Foreskin and the balls sac

The foreskin is one of the most sensitive parts of a man’s skin. It is tender and usually very soft. This, therefore, means that it is very easy for the foreskin to break due to factors like friction.

Other cases like zipper bites and rough sexual intercourse can also cause the foreskin to break easily, creating a wound that may cause scab on penis shaft.

Healing of wounds and clearing of scabs on the foreskin and the glans may also take a bit longer due to the fact that the two areas are constantly moisturized by urine.

It is imperative, therefore, that you visit a specialist to ascertain the actual cause and offer the right treatment in case you are not sure about what might be causing the scabs to appear on your penis.

Some of the common causes are discussed below including STD bumps that can cause scab on the penis:

1. Genital Herpes

Genital herpes (HSV2) is a sexually transmitted infection. The Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) causes Genital herpes which can be classified under infections that are extremely contagious.

The disease is spread by way of having sexual contact with infected persons. Some of the common symptoms of a genital herpes infection include:

  1. Blisters will form on the penis and the areas surrounding it and they will be itchy.
  2. The blisters will break open and discharge a foul-smelling fluid.
  3. The fluid that is discharged will dry over time and form scabs.
  4. Fever and other symptoms that may look like a cold.

Herpes has no cure but can be controlled using anti-retroviral therapy.

2. Gonorrhea

Gonorrhea, also known as as ‘the clap,’ is caused by the Neisseria Gonorrhoeae bacterium.

This bacterium is a sexually transmitted disease. Apart from affecting the reproductive system, the disease also affects the mouth, rectum, and the throat. The main symptoms of gonorrhea infection on the penis are:

  1. Swollen, itchy, and painful testicles.
  2. A burning sensation when passing urine.
  3. Smelly pus-like discharge from the penis.
  4. Bumps will appear on the penis shaft, penis head, the foreskin, and surrounding areas.

The sores that are caused by the bursting of the bumps will begin to dry up during the healing process, leaving visible scabs.

3. Chlamydial Urethritis

Chlamydial Urethritis (also known as Chlamydia) is an infection that occurs in the urethra. The condition causes the penis to discharge that may crust at the tip of the penis to form a scab.

4. Genital warts

Genital warts are skin protrusions or growths caused by a virus known as the Human Papilloma Virus. This is a sexually transmitted disease in most cases. When punctured, warts can bleed and dry up to form a scab on penis shaft, the glans, and the foreskin.

5. Scab on penis caused by Pubic lice

Pubic lice parasites that look like insects. They attach themselves to warm moist skin, especially on the genital areas. They attach themselves in the same manner as ticks would on cattle. Pubic lice can be spread through sex, sharing clothing, and other personal effects like towels

The lice can cause itching which may lead to scratching. The constant scratching can cause wounds or sores to occur on the delicate penile skin. In the process of healing, crusts will form causing scabs a scab on penis or scabs on the scrotum sac.

The condition can simply be cleared by washing the affected areas using shampoo. In some instances, the lice may refuse to go away and options like Lindane and Malathion may be used.

Crabs are harmless and they are usually easy to remove.

Pubic lice symptoms are mainly intense itching and scabs on the affected areas. Scabs are easy to get and easy to get off as they are spread through contact.

6. Penile Yeast Infection

Yeast infection normally popular among women compared to men. Penile yeast infection is best described as a caused by the Candida fungus. If the condition is not treated well, it can lead to a variety of discomforting symptoms that include itchiness and a burning sensation.

Yeast infection causes a rash that can oftentimes go away on its own. It is during the healing process of the penile yeast infection that you can get scabs on your penis, penis head, and on the foreskin.

Having a foreskin (the state of not having been circumcised) can increase the risks and chances of contracting a yeast infection for men.

The infection can also be spread by way of engaging in unprotected sex with an infected partner. Poor genital hygiene can also cause yeast infection to develop.

Open wound on penile shaft or foreskin can also be caused by yeast infection bumps on penis. When those bumps are healing, they will cause scab on the penis.

You may get rid of a penile yeast infection using topical antifungal creams. Oral antifungal prescriptions may be given when you have a yeast infection in the mouth and lips.

7. Syphilis

Syphilis is caused by a bacterium referred to as the Treponema Pallidum. This infection is transmitted sexually and is also known to be highly contagious.

The symptoms of syphilis are varied according to the four stages that the disease has (primary, secondary, latent, and tertiary stages).

The common symptoms are skin lesions that are not itchy and also exhibit no pain. The ulcers can occur anywhere on the body including on the penis shaft, the glans, and the foreskin and they may have scabs on them.

8. Psoriasis

Having an overactive immune system leads to this chronic skin condition. It causes an inflammation of the skin and results in the development of thick red or white patches as well as causing the skin to start peeling off (scaling) too.

The symptoms can be observed in many parts of the body and are also known to leave scabs on the penile shaft and the foreskin too.

This condition is common in people suffering from diabetes. It can also be seen in people with obesity and people with heart-related complications. Psoriasis can be inherited and it has no cure. The symptoms can be treated though.

9. Balanitis

This condition is most common in uncircumcised males. The condition causes irritation of the foreskin which is its most prevalent area of infection. This condition can be treated with ease if it is diagnosed while still in its early stages.

It is most common in uncircumcised people with poor personal and genital hygiene.

The use of harsh soaps that irritate the skin is also known to trigger balanitis.

Balanitis infection has the following symptoms:

  1. Redness and swelling of bumps.
  2. Itching that can range from mild to severe.
  3. Abnormal discharge with a foul smell.

10. Eczema on Penis

The common type of penile eczema is the penile atopic dermatitis which in most cases is an allergic reaction of the foreskin or the penis shaft to foreign chemicals or infections.

This, therefore, means that if the condition occurs on the penis shaft and the foreskin, it can lead to scabs forming on the penis due to the irritating itchy eczema rash on the penis.

The exact cause of eczema is not known but is believed to be an overactive immune system which can also be defined as an allergy to a certain stimulus. Eczema can also cause a sore red dry skin on penis shaft, head, foreskin or the scrotum sac.

This condition can cause an itch on the skin. Due to activities like scratching, the affected skin can get extremely dry and start to break. The breaking of the skin will lead to the development of open sores. Scabs will develop on the healing sores.

11. Fordyce Spots

Fordyce spots normally occur naturally on the skin. However, they can grow with time to form some tiny bumps on the skin. These spots come about due to hormonal imbalances and are a very natural occurrence.

This, therefore, means that Fordyce spots are no cause for alarm since they do not signify any infection or disease.

They only occur due to the secretion of excess fats under the skin which in turn, block the hair follicles and then they push upwards to form bumps. When cleared by any means, the bumps leave behind healing scars that may crust at the top, leading to visible scab on the penis.

These spots do not necessarily require treatment but can still be cleared using the following means:

  1. Electrodesiccation
  2. Pulsed dye laser.
  3. Micro-punch techniques.

12. Scabies

Scabies is a condition whereby a red parasitic mite attaches itself on the human body by burrowing into the skin. This causes a very intense feeling of itchiness.

The condition can be controlled using some topical application drugs that are available readily in the medical stores.

13. Rough and/or Dry Sexual Intercourse

As we had earlier stated, the foreskin is made up of very soft and sensitive tissues. Engaging in a rough and/or dry sexual intercourse can cause injuries to the penis.

The injuries can be in the form of tears on the foreskin. These injuries are what lead to crusting when they begin to heal. The result will be scabs that will appear on the affected penis.

These cases can be minimized by use of lubricants, use of properly lubricated condoms, or engaging in foreplay before sex in order to psychologically be prepared for it. Foreplay helps in increasing the chances of natural lubrication by way of releasing pre-ejaculatory fluids.

14. Masturbation

Continued and addictive masturbation is known to cause tears on the foreskin. These actions can result in having a scab on the penis. The injuries are caused by friction caused in the process of masturbation.

There are different types of scabs that appear on the penis. These are:

Dry scab on penis shaft foreskin, PICTURE
Dry scab on penis shaft, foreskin, PICTURE

Red or Brown Scabs on the Tip of the Penis

The colors of the scabs appearing on the penis and the foreskin will be dependent on their causes. Scabs that appear on the tip of the penis are mostly red or brown.

Most known scabs are as a result of the healing of the wounds that they cover but in this case, they might be crusting from the discharge that could be coming from the urethra.

Scabs that appear on the tip of the penis, in most cases, are usually a sign of a sexually transmitted infection. It is important to refer to a healthcare provider.

Scab on Penis that Won’t Heal

They can also be referred to as chronic scabs or wounds. These kinds of scabs usually indicate some underlying medical conditions and should be a cause for concern.

Such cases should be referred to the healthcare providers as early as possible for proper diagnosis and treatment.

Dry Scab on Penis or Foreskin

Dry scabs that appear on the head of the penis are likely to be a sign of either eczema or yeast infection.

Yeast infection is most prevalent in women but can easily be transferred to men through having sexual intercourse with an infected partner. The earlier a yeast infection is detected, the better, as it is easier to get rid of at the early stages.

Tiny Scabs on penis

At times, small scabs can be seen on the penis shaft or even on the head of the penis. This could also be evident in people who have never had sex.

In most of such cases, there is no point of worrying much as the scabs could be as a result of minor problems like eczema or even ingrown hair.

Some of these tiny scabs might even go without being noticed due to their small sizes and might not even show any symptoms.

Spots on the Penis

Penile spots may also be caused by molluscum contagiosum. This is also referred to as water warts. This condition causes bumps to appear on the skin.

These bumps normally have crater-like formations at the top. The crater-like formations may present as open sores which may cause scabbing when the healing process begins.

This condition is a viral infection and can be treated using topical antiviral drugs or even cryosurgery.

Toothpaste on pimple

Can I use toothpaste to get rid of pimple scab on penis head, shaft, balls sac or any part of the skin?

Well, the answer to this question is a big NO. Never use toothpaste on your skin. In fact, some patients have been reported to have made their skin pimples or bumps worse by applying toothpaste on them.

What makes people to apply toothpaste on the penis for better performance or to remove spots pimples or bumps on the penis is the fact that toothpaste has an ingredient known as triclosan. Triclosan is a common ingredient in products that are meant to treat acne since it kills bacteria that causes acne.

However, it is important to know that triclosan has to be made in a specific way to treat acne or pimples on the skin.

In toothpaste, triclosan is just a preservative in toothpaste and it does not treat or remove scab on peniscaused by healing pimples.

How to Get Rid of Scab on Penis, Foreskin Naturally using Home Remedies

Most scabs often heal and go away by themselves over time. The mode of treatment for scabs that appear on the penis and the foreskin will be dependent on the actual causes of the scabs.

Some of the scabs appearing on the penis can be easily treated using some simple but effective remedies at home. These remedies may include the following:

1. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a natural anti-inflammatory and antibacterial plant. Aloe Vera can help in the clearing of scabs and can be used at home.

Aloe Vera leaves extracts are the best to use on penile scabs removal in this case but if you don’t have natural aloe Vera leaves, you may use the aloe Vera gel to get rid of scabs on scrotum sac or penile foreskin.

Steps on how to use aloe vera to help in treating the scabs:

  1. Clean the scab or wound with lukewarm water to soften and possibly remove the crust.
  2. Apply the aloe gel to the scabbed skin (you can use the gel from the freshly cut aloe leaves too).
  3. Allow it to stay for about 20 minutes.
  4. Rinse it off the aloe gel with clean, lukewarm water.
  5. For better results, repeat the whole procedure 2 – 3 times daily.

2. Topical antifungal creams

These can only be used to treat scabs that are as a result of fungal infections.

These can be available as over-the-counter drugs. Remember, it is important to explain to your pharmacist the exact symptoms.

If possible let the pharmacist examine the scabs before giving you any cream or medication. Failure to do this can only make the situation worse. Some creams can cause bad irritations to the scabs.

3. Application of petroleum jelly

Petroleum jelly is a softener. The petroleum jelly can help in preventing the scabs from drying. Dry scabs are likely to crack and bleed and this can be quite painful and discomforting. The healing process can be much faster if the scabs are intact.

4. Apple cider vinegar

This ingredient is readily available in most kitchens but many do not know of its excellent and effective properties as a remedy for skin complications. Apple cider vinegar is used to get rid and treat several skin complications naturally at home.

This can also be used for scab on penis removal. Scabs on the penis head, penile shaft, or on the foreskin will be disinfected and heal fast naturally with the help of apple cider vinegar at home. It is rich in antibacterial and antiseptic properties.

Here is how to use apple cider vinegar to get rid of penile scabs fast at home

  1. Mix 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar with 4 teaspoons of water to dilute it
  2. Stir the mixture to mix well.
  3. Using a clean cotton ball, gently apply the mixture to the affected part of the penis.
  4. Leave it for some minutes before rinsing it off with cold water.
  5. Do this until the scabs begin to heal.

5. Keep moisture out

When you are treating the scab on the penis at home, always make sure that you keep the area of the penis dry to avoid further infection and making the wounds chronic.

6. Wear clean and dry undergarments

It is advisable to choose undergarments that do not cause any allergic reactions with your skin. Properly dried undergarments will also give the scabs the proper conditions for healing.

The undergarments should be made of soft materials like cotton which is known to be an excellent moisture absorbent. The soft nature of the material will also minimize friction and reduce the risks of peeling off the scabs from the skin.

7. Do not pick or scratch the scabs

It is important not to force open the wounds by peeling off the crusts. Doing so increases the risks of new infections as well as promoting the spread of the infections causing the scabs.

8. Warm saline compresses

Warm saline compresses help to moisten the scabs. The scabs then fall off from the skin leaving the wounds open. The salt solution helps to keep the wound sterilized and also speeds up the healing process.

This is how to go about it:

  1. Add 2 glasses of warm water into a basin.
  2. Add 2 tablespoons of kitchen salt and mix well till the salt crystals dissolve.
  3. You can use a clean face towel or a clean piece of cloth by dipping it in the water then placing it over the scabs and letting it stay over them for some time.
  4. You will need to repeat this until the wounds begin to heal.

Warm saline compresses are also known to provide relief from itchiness and may reduce the risks of scratching.

References:

STD that Cause Penile Scabs – http://www.alldischarge.org/men/scab-on-penis-head-shaft-foreskin-bleeding-pus-discharge-get-rid-fast-treatment/

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/23/toothpaste-pimples-acne-dry-out_n_1994320.html

https://www.healthline.com/health/mens-health/penile-yeast-infection

https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/stds-hiv-safer-sex/pubic-lice

https://www.stdcheck.com/std-symptoms-penis-spots.php

Penis problems: https://www.nhs.uk/Tools/Documents/Penis%20problems%20a%20visual%20guide.htm

When wounds won’t heal: https://health.clevelandclinic.org/2015/08/why-you-shouldnt-ignore-a-wound-that-wont-heal/

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References;

http://www.mademan.com

http://www.cirp.org/pages/anat/

http://www.medhelp.org

http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/psoriasis/basics/definition/con-20030838

http://www.cdc.gov/parasites/scabies/

http://www.justanswer.com/medical

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