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I am having black penis discharge after taking 1000mg for chlamidia 36 hours ago. Should I be concerned?
Is it normal for a black man's penis to have a yellowish tip? Its not puss or a bump. It is yellow rather than pink purple or brown
Possibly vitilgo: Would be better to evaluate with a photo which we would examine privately & report confidentially to you alone. ...Read more
Several things: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Here are some ...: The color of those areas starts to change while reaching puberty and reach its height after reaching adulthood. For females, its color even becomes darker through the course of pregnancy. So, all in all, it is because these areas are rich in estrogen and testosterone receptors leading to color alteration under hormonal effects. Oh! Not just there, breasts and their areola as well. ...Read more
Several options: It may help to start with a bleaching cream. In the us one can get hydroquinone over the counter. If this has failed to work within six weeks of good use, then consult a plastic surgeon for consideration of laser or ipl treatments or even possibly scar revisions. Good luck! ...Read more
Black marks on penis head? Looks like someone wrote a line with a black marker on it. Birthmark? Noticed it just now. Im 28. No pain or itch.
Penile lesion: Penile melanotic macule is a well-defined, brown to black, flat patch on the penis of some men. Once developed the lesion usually remains unchanged in size and color. It can occasionally have an irregular edge and there may be a history of color change as well. ...Read more
2 black spots on penis head. Doesnt itch nor hurt. what is it? i noticed it just today. im 28 y.o.
See dr.: It is difficult to diagnose a skin condition without visualizing it. I suggest a visit to your PCP or a dermatologist. ...Read more