Disorders of the Penis treated by Dr Morgan Pokorny include:
Tight foreskin (phimosis)
A tight foreskin (phimosis) can be present from birth or can occur later in life in adulthood. This situation is commonly due to scarring and tightening of the foreskin due to poor hygiene and chronic irritation, often recognised as BXO (balanitis xerotica obliterans). Sometimes this condition responds to treatment with steroid creams, but usually the definitive treatment is circumcision.
Penile cancer is a rare condition and is most commonly found in men in their 60's and 70's. It is known to be associated with prior HPV infection, smoking and poor hygiene and uncircumcised status. The condition can present as just a small red patch on the surface of the head of the penis (glans) to a large unsightly tumour growth. Surgical and medical treatment options are available depending on the extent of the problem.