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Doctor insights on: Blisters On Penis Shaft

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Dr. Philip Miller
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Blistering (Definition)

Blistering is a bubble of skin filled with fluid. They can occur to excessive rubbing (as with a new pair of ...Read more


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I have a blister on my penis shaft and it popped should I remove the extra skin left behind?

I have a blister on my penis shaft and it popped should I remove the extra skin left behind?

I can't: See your penis over the internet -- unless you're anthony weiner -- so you should show it to your doctor for the proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Small group of tiny bumps on penis shaft that never go away, no pain, itch or blister, notice them 1yr ago it has not spread or gotten bigger,?

Penile bumps: Need picture. I would google penile bumps and view images. See if you can match up any that looks like yours. But best to show to your Dr's. They will know if it looks like something that needs to be treated.! And will know what is going around in your part of Texas , Trust u use condoms? If not start. You are to young to bet your life on getting AIDS. ...Read more

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I have a little painless cyst like blister inside the skin of my penis shaft just under the region where foreskin meets shaft..Is it cancer?

I have a little painless cyst like blister inside the skin of my penis shaft just under the region where foreskin meets shaft..Is it cancer?

Infectious?: I would think of infectious causes before i would think cancer. I refrain from sexual relations and see your friendly primary care doctor. ...Read more

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I have a recurring small cluster of boils every 6 months at the upper base of my penis shaft. If left unthreated form one blister. No fever nor puss?

I have a recurring small cluster of boils every 6 months at the upper base of my penis shaft. If left unthreated form one blister. No fever nor puss?

Genital herpes: If you get recurring blisters that combine to form a larger blister in the same spot, that is most likely herpes. I wonder if your outbreaks occur at times of stress- such as trying to pay an expensive bill, some stress at work etc? When herpes comes out as a 'relapse' it usually is milder than the first time. Try to reduce stress. See a doc if you want to try antiviral medicine, i.e. acyclovir. ...Read more