Balanitis is characterized by an inflammation of the foreskin. It commonly affects uncircumcised men. The condition develops when there is excess growth of the organisms normally found on the head and foreskin of the penis. It is not a sexually transmitted disease. The risk of balanitis is higher in men with diabetes. 
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