We would tend to say that there is absolutely no
reason that surgery would be necessary to sort this problem out - as long as you have competent
medical advice. And the suggestion of surgery itself indicates that the previous advice was not
You are very wise to be worried about that suggestion, as surgery would leave you in a worse
It is most certainly
not possible to "confirm that it is not possible to cure with medicine" in a mere fifteen days. Where there is a condition involving skin growth
and repair, it is only reasonable that you will need some time to allow
for that growth - as indeed you have indicated in that it has taken you a month or two to achieve a modicum of success at this point.
It would help if you could indicate just how recently you saw that doctor and exactly what the "medicine" he prescribed was; certainly without knowing that I cannot even begin
to determine whether it might have been expected to help in some manner or be entirely useless.
Now, looking at your present situation, you have what we term "secondary" phimosis - you did not originally have this and could retract your foreskin fully and easily, but it then tightened up. And you suggest this happened relatively suddenly, is that correct?
Although this can
indicate the condition called "LS" (Lichen Sclerosis - sometimes inappropriately called "BXO" or Lichen Sclerosis et Atrophicus - these are deprecated terms as they are misleading descriptions), it is possibly more likely that you did
simply have a yeast infection. The correct
treatment in this case would be one that accounts for both possibilities at once.
The white material you describe could certainly be yeast (Candida), particularly if it is moist and soft - traditionally compared to cottage cheese - and when (easily) scraped away, leaves red areas underneath. It could
be smegma, but this is only likely if the problem is that you are causing irritation to the skin such as by using soap (or detergent or "antiseptic") on the area - something which is extremely
In any case, this problem and the possibility of yeast gives rise to a concern about the possibility of diabetes
from which - I am guessing you may be from India or thereabouts? - you do not have to be grossly overweight to suffer. A competent doctor would have checked for this immediately (and by a blood sugar test, not
simply a urine test).
Please do the reading extensively
through many previous posts here - you will find detailed discussion of what are and are not
effective stretching methods, how to treat Candida and what steroid ointments are appropriate to facilitate the stretching process (and in your case, I believe you would
need to use the - correct - steroid ointment). And I would be interested to know exactly where and exactly what sort of stretching advice you found?