Our expert says:
this could just be dryness but can also be a form of eczema. Wash with Dove soap or Elizabeth Anne babyshampoo and use a good moisturizer ( UEA is the cheapest and works very well - put on 3-4 times per day) If this does not improve the condition, you may need to see a dermatologist for a very light cortisone cream. Thrush usually develop under the foreskin and on the head of the penis and cause redness, tenderness, white discharge on the wet areas, and cracking of the skin at the head.
a picture of thrush can be found here: http://www.aidsaction.org.au/images/swop/stis/thrush.jpg
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