The irritated penis glans and bad odor is not normal and it is important that you visit your primary care doctor
. Men have foreskin that cover the penis. Some men are circumcised at birth. If you fall into the category of men who are not circumcised you will have to do a little more work to keep the glans of your penis healthy and clean. The foreskin usually covers the glans unless it is erect during sexual intercourse. For most of the day, the foreskin is a place where bacteria can grow, which can cause odors. After you urinate, urine can also be retained under the foreskin and irritate the glans. You can try to wipe the head of your penis dry with toilet paper after you urinate to minimize the amount of urine that is trapped under the foreskin. You should also pull back the foreskin once a day to clean the head of your penis with warm water. If you do not clean under the foreskin, you can develop something called smegma which is an accumulation of skin, bacteria, and urine. Smegma is white and usually trapped behind the glands of the penis and has a very foul odor. These are some lifestyle measures that you can follow before making an appointment with your primary care doctor. If you are sexually active, you should tell your doctor so he/she can order tests to rule out an STD's that may be contribute to your condition.