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No Smegma On Penis
No sex for 2 yrs,only masturbation.Recently redness/irritation+itchy on underside of penis shaft (between penis & scrotum).Worse after shower/masturb.
Dry skin or tinea.: We cannot make a specific diagnosis without an exam, however, what you describe can be caused by dry skin, allergic dermatitis, or tinea cruris. Start by using a hypoallergenic moisturizer and keeping the area dry between showers. If itchiness persists, try using antifungal cream for jock itch. If this fails, make an appointment for evaluation with a HealthTap doctor. ...Read more
Whitish material that collects under the foreskin in males & between labia & under clitoral hood in females. Primarily compresses dead, sloughed skin skin cells plus possible moisture from sweat, urine or gland secretion. Form into variable size pearl like collections in uncircumcised boys, which work their way out from under foreskin & part of physiologic mechanism of ...Read more
Need more info: Not enough info to make a diagnosis, Advise you to see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
Penile papules under penis tip. No discomfort til partner pubic hairs scraped it. Stings, a bit swollen and sensitive. Not uncircumcised. No discomfort during sex. Hurts foreskin pulled back when dry.
Tiny white dots on penis shaft by head. No sex or sexual activity at all. Have common wart but on penis there not raised. What is it?
PPP: Pearly penile papules, sometimes called Tyson's glands. Can come and go, be more prominent at times than others. They are benign , normal and no need for concern. More prominent in uncircumcised penises. You can always take and send a picture of "wart" for our review. It would not be sexting ; would be for medical review and you remain anonymous. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You don't have one: Your question says you are circumcised, which means you don't (any longer) have a foreskin, it was removed. Not all males have a distinct color/texture change at the transition point, and you may be one of them. Next routine physical you could check with your dr if still curious. ...Read more
A urologist visit: Is in order. A cleanser, probably not betadine, is in order but obtaining a diagnosis is a more pressing need. ...Read more
Genital lesion: Lumps, bumps, blisters and other skin abnormalities on the genitals need to be evaluated. An examination will be needed to know the cause and treatment. A tiny bump could be a genital wart, herpes or any number of things. Without visualizing the lesion an opinion is not possible. ...Read more
Foreskin on penis is tight on penis. I can pul it back to reveille the penis head but when erect it's too tight. And my penis is small around 3/4cm
Some red little dot of rash appear on my penis head.Had protected vaginal rubbing no penetration on 4mth ago.Had frequent masturbation. What causes it
OK: That shouldn't necessarily be a problem.Get a more detailed answer ›
Very small bumps(like pimple, without pus) on my penis meatus. visible after ejaculation. no pain or itch. what is it??
PPP?: Likely are pearly penile papules, which are harmless. See: http://pppremoval.Hubpages.Com/hub/pearly-penile-papules-ppp-removal-treatments -- for more information and options on treatment, if desired. If not similar, should see your dr or a urologist for diagnosis and treatment options. Can also google-image for comparison images. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My foreskin on my uncircumcised penis has cuts from masturbating I'm not tugging hard they just won't heal ?
See a dermatologist: Rashes or bumps on the skin need to be looked at for even a guess as to the cause although sometimes a detailed description of how, when. Color. Shape. Location. Pattern, etc can give a good clue as to the diagnosis. ...Read more
Dry pale skin on penis I'm circumcised at birththat peeled on glans and under leaving scarring hypersensitivity had biopsy glans is shiny on erection?
Penile lesion: Please click on this link for a detailed listing of different skin disorders involving penile skin. http://www.aafp.org/afp/2010/0115/p167.html A biopsy will be your best bet to get a definite answer. To me it sounds like you may have lichen sclerosus, also known as balanitis xerotica obliterans. Please see your doctor. ...Read more