Dr. Brett Worly, MD, eagerly joined The Ohio State University Department of OB/GYN, in the OB/GYN Generalist Division in August 2013. Dr. Worly grew up in Columbus, Ohio, completed his undergraduate BA degree at Columbia University in New York City, and then completed his M.D. degree at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. Dr. Worly completed his OB/GYN residency training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, and then worked as an OB/GYN Generalist physician at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital for four years. He is excited to return to Columbus, Ohio, and is joined by his wife, Dr. Tamar Gur, in the OSU Department of Psychiatry, and two boys. Dr. Worly’s interests include patient safety, chronic pelvic pain, female sexual dysfunction, and postpartum depression.
Dr. Worly’s Cervical Cancer Grand Rounds talk at OSU:
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How can a man still have rash around his private part even thou we are both being treated for yeast infection? And can a man be infected during this time and possible transfer to the spouse?
I do not take care of men. As an OB/GYN, I only take care of women. If there is a male problem, you should talk with your primary care doctor.
Baby oil with aloe Vera & vitamin E was used as a lubricant and since then it seems I’m itching and haven’t had itch in many yrs. can that be a cause of it?
Hope to get an answer thru my email asap
It is hard for me to tell what is happening based on the description you give. You will need to see an OB/GYN or Family doctor for a thorough evaluation.